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Identifying patient, caregiver and health professional perspectives for the design of a trial to prevent urinary tract infection in kidney transplant recipients

Brief Description:

We would like to hear what you think are the important things to consider when preventing urine infections in people with kidney transplants.     This will help us to design a clinical trial to get better evidence.    We are inviting patients, caregivers and health professionals to complete a survey to identify what aspects of urinary tract infections are important when designing a clinical trial to prevent transplant-associated urinary tract infections. These aspects may include the type of people to include in the trial, the treatments to evaluate, and the outcomes that are important to report in the trial.  This study is a global survey, stemming from what we have learnt from SONG (Standardised Outcomes in Nephrology Group). This survey is a collaboration between The University of Queensland and The University of Sydney. Ethics approval has been sought from The University of Queensland (2022/HE001909). We are inviting patients, caregivers and health professionals to complete a survey to identify what aspects of urinary tract infections are important when designing a clinical trial to prevent transplant-associated urinary tract infections. These aspects may include the type of people to include in the trial, the treatments to evaluate, and the outcomes that are important to report in the trial. Participation is voluntary and anonymous, and you may exit the survey at any time. The expected time to complete this survey will be between 8 to 12 minutes. The survey will be open until 31st March 2023

Type of research:

Consumer perspectives research

Your time commitment:

Once-off

Consumers re-imbursed?

Volunteers

Who are researchers looking for?

Person on dialysis / transplant

Contact for more info:

Email: samuel.chan@uqconnect.edu.au

Website: https://uqmedicine.syd1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d42Jdb9JDXvpG6i

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