We need your help.

We are working to improve endometriosis research to enable doctors and nurses to provide better treatments and care for women and their families.

What is the challenge?
  • Research studies testing new treatments for endometriosis often measure different outcomes.
  • For example, when a new medication is being tested, one researcher may decide to measure pain between periods (a outcome) and another researcher may only measure overall pain (a different outcome).
  • When the two studies are finished, the results from both studies cannot be easily compared or combined to see which treatments work best.
  • This is a barrier to improving the care women receive.
How can I help?
  • Our aim is to overcome this barrier by developing a common set of outcomes that all researchers studying endometriosis can use.
  • If you have experience of endometriosis, either as a patient, healthcare professional or researcher, you can help.  
  • We would like to find out which outcomes you think are important.  
We invite you to sign up to become an iHOME collaborator.
  • We will ask you to take part in a three round questionnaire.   
  • Each round will take no more than thirty minutes to complete.
Whoever and wherever you are, please help us to improve endometriosis research to enable doctors and nurses provide better treatments and care for women and their families.

iHOME is hosted by Queen Mary, University of London.

For more information please contact:
m.hirsch@qmul.ac.uk.


Your details will not be used for any other purposes than to contact you about this project.  It will be kept anonymous and not shared with any other organisation.
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