Brain Aneurysm patients, survivors and caregivers needed for a survey

Shared from the Brain Aneurysm Foundation, please see below to find the link.

If you haven’t already, please consider completing the online survey created by the clinical research team atMassachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Their survey aims to understand emotions and lifestyle factors experienced after hemorrhagic stroke (aneurysm rupture included). This is a one-time survey that takes approximately 30-40 minutes to complete.

The Principal Investigator on this study is Dr. Ethan Lester (Clinical Psychologist at MGH). Importantly, Dr. Lester and his research team are collecting surveys fromsurvivors and family caregivers. If you or someone you know (other survivors or family/friend caregivers) are interested, please complete one of the surveys below. 

Follow the link below to fill out the survey

https://redcap.partners.org/redcap/surveys/?s=C9PLR4TE3RPC4MXF&bbeml=tp-kfY2P7SP6kG7jwc0VhospQ.jEJRJU8AdKU6vvceJiHnwtw.rrM3o32deVk2CH-ueJgB_Nw.lvRCUts9qD0exYYjqLgR1GQ

Free download for the next 5days (9/15-9/19/2021) all in 1 Brain Aneurysm resource book.

September is the Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month! Get the information you need from this book. If you have a copy already, pass the information to your interested friends and family.

If you are a brain aneurysm survivor, caregiver or loved one and you’re indeed of a support group, please join our Facebook page- Brain Aneurysm survivors https://www.facebook.com/groups/BrainAneurysmSurvivors/?ref=share where you will be treated like family and receive a wealth of information and support. We have members from all over the world.

The link below is for those residing in the U.S., if you live outside the U.S., go to the Amazon page in your country and search for the book. It will give you 2 options( paperback and Kindle version), click on the kindle version and download it.

Tips on Surviving a Brain Aneurysm: For Survivors, Caregivers, and Loved Ones https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07R56DN1L/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_glt_MN9G1BT7CF00DWQ1CK5X

September, Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month!

We remember those we’ve lost to this silent killer, the survivors who are still fighting, the caregivers and loved ones whose expertise, unconditional love, kindness and patience are unmatched.

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