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LIVING WITH IBD: Sex and Sexual Satisfaction questionnaire

  • By CeeLiah

    LIVING WITH IBD: Sex and Sexual Satisfaction

    Up to 58% of individuals reported impaired sexual functioning, and 46% of females and 30% of males reported reduced sexual satisfaction after IBD diagnosis. The aim of this research is to explore various factors that may impact the relationship between sexual function and satisfaction, such as; body image, self-esteem, relationship satisfaction, sexual communication, psychological distress and disease activity. Your responses will help us better understand the impact of IBD has on sexual dysfunction and sexual satisfaction. Your participation will also help us understand other factors that may contribute to their relationship. The information provided will also be used to help inform support interventions in this area.

    The study involves completing an online questionnaire which should take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

    At the end of the study you are welcome to add your email address (stored independently from the questionnaire data) in order to go into a draw to win 1 of 4 $100AUD Coles-Myer or Amazon gift cards. Winners will be drawn on the 30th of September 2019.

    Who can participate?
    We are looking for participants over the age of 18 who are diagnosed with IBD, currently in a defacto relationship or marriage, sexually active and fluent in English.

    How to participate?
    To participate, please click on the link here: https://swinuw.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8ujxXuv7zd4InoF

    Please also note that this questionnaire has been approved by the Swinburne University Ethics Committee.

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