Taking Time to Connect
A Study Comparing Education Programs for Hispanic Mothers with CancerPara Español, oprima aquí
Research participants needed - earn up to $125!
Help us see which education program is most effective in helping Hispanic mothers diagnosed with cancer and their children to cope with cancer.
A cancer diagnosis can be challenging for everyone in the family, including your children. That is why New Mexico State University is testing two parenting education programs for Hispanic mothers diagnosed with cancer that are raising children. The study results are essential for developing evidence-based programs designed to serve Hispanic cancer survivors and their families.
What is Taking Time to Connect?
A study that compares two education programs designed to help Hispanic mothers diagnosed with cancer, and their children, cope with cancer.
About the study:
If you participate, you will receive:
You may participate in this study if:
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- Rebecca Palacios, PhD, PI
- Clara Reyes, MPH, Program Manager
- Isela Garcia
- Adriena Hernandez
- Frances Lewis, PhD, PI
- Kristin Griffith
- Mary Ellen Shands
- Ellen Zahlis
- Dr. William Adler, Director
- Kim Hoffman, RN, Research Coordinator
- Deborah Brown, RN, Research Coordinator
- Nancy “Charlie” Swopes, RN, BSN, OCN, CBCN, CN-BN, THOP Research Coordinator
- Claudia Sanchez, RN, BSN, Study Coordinator
- Maryanne Galaviz, LMSW, Study Coordinator