MGH Seeking Participants for Resiliency for NF Studies
Author: Nathan Stone Fishbein, Study Coordinator
Published On: 12/7/2020
Researchers at the Integrated Brain Health Clinical and Research Program at Massachusetts General Hospital are seeking participants for their studies aiming to cultivate resiliency with people who have neurofibromatosis.
This resiliency study will be comparing 2 stress management programs for adults and adolescents with NF to see which one best improves quality of life and well-being for those living with NF. Participants will be asked to attend 90-minute small group sessions over Zoom once a week for 8 consecutive weeks.
Extended time at home can be difficult for all of us. Researchers at the Integrated Brain Health Clinical and Research Program at Massachusetts General Hospital recognize that our present circumstances may be stressful, anxiety-producing, and isolating. By being a part of their resiliency training program, you will have the opportunity to learn stress management skills and connect with other people who have NF-- from the comfort of your own home!
See what previous participants have had to say about the study by watching this video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkQWXnk8VDA
For further details on how to participate, please see the flyers below, or contact Study Coordinator, Nathan Stone Fishbein (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the Principle Investigator of the study, Ana-Maria Vranceanu, PhD (email@example.com). Please click the flyers to open the full version in a new window.