Study 2 - OPEN

The use of Virtual Reality in the management of chronic post-operative pain.

 

Field: ORTHOPAEDICS, TRAUMA, PAIN MANAGEMENT

 

Aims of Project: To evaluate the role of virtual reality immersion in the management of chronic pain following orthopaedic surgical intervention.

 

Research Methods: Initially starting out as a case series leading to development of full scale RCT.  This study will be done in collaboration with Washington State University in the USA.

 

Timeline: Commencing after July 2016.

 

Students Role: This will depend on the specific skill set of the student but can involve any of the following: study design, ethics and grant application drafting, data collection and analysis and result write up.

 

This study is only open to clinical year students or pre-clinical students with a background in research. 

 

Expected Time commitment: Time commitment is open to discussion and can be adapted to fit in with a student’s schedule. This study is only open to clinical year students or pre-clinical students with a background in research. 

 

If you are interested in being involved in this project please send an expression of interest (including your name, mobile number, expected year of graduation and a brief statement about why you want to be involved with this study) to research@ndass.org

 

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