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Social choices and social experiences of people with tetraplegia research

Hi, my name is Christine. I have been an incomplete C2-3 unventilated tetraplegic (quadriplegic) for 27 years after a car accident. I have limited movement but have full sensation.

I have completed a Bachelor of Social Science, a Bachelor of Psychological Science and now am completing a Masters degree. This degree involves understanding the factors that influence the social choices and social experiences of people with a tetraplegic spinal cord injury.

This research involves an interview that will be recorded and should take no longer than 40 minutes to 1 hour to complete. Participants will be invited to answer questions about typical experiences of daily life and the social choices made during those experiences.

The interview can be conducted on the phone or via the Internet using Skype. Whatever is convenient for you.

If you have a tetraplegic spinal cord injury and are interested in participating in a recorded interview can you please email me at;

[email protected]

Thank you

Kind regards,

Christine

 

 


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