19th February 2020
SCRIP Study: Exploring Sleep and Psychological Function in Individuals with Chronic Pain (University College London)
University College London researchers looking for your experience of chronic pain and sleep
Millions of people are living with a condition which causes chronic or persistent pain, negatively impacting physical and psychological well-being. The SCRIP Study led by PhD student Zoe Zambelli at University College London aims to unravel the relationship between sleep and pain for those affected by a painful condition. A series of studies will be conducted to seek out ways to understand and improve sleep management in individuals with chronic pain. It is hoped this will contribute towards better pain outcomes and enhance overall well-being. This research is being funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.
The first study is live! If you are an adult living with chronic pain, you are invited to complete the online survey below. It should take no longer than 20 minutes. This study has been approved by UCL IOE Ethics Committee.
Link to survey: https://uclioe.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8ekwsc5TwLdS8ct
Alternatively, visit the webpage link here www.lilaslab.com/scripstudy
Or email the lead researcher: email@example.com