Patient preferences for knee replacement surgery study

Macquarie University Centre for the Health Economy (MUCHE) is seeking people to test a survey about patient preferences for total knee replacement (TKR) surgery in Australia.

To be eligible, you need to have a condition of chronic knee pain and be seeking TKR as a treatment option. You will also need to have Medicare coverage, be between 40 and 80 years old, and fluent in English.

Participation will involve meeting face-to-face at MUCHE or on Zoom during a weekday in February 2023. You would be required to complete an online survey followed by an interview in which you will be asked questions about the survey. This will take approximately 60 minutes of your time and you will be compensated with a $100 voucher.

If you are interested in participating, please contact Associate Professor Yuanyuan Gu at MUCHE:

Macquarie University Human Ethics Approval: 520221185442736





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