SCRIP study:

Sleep and Chronic Pain

  SCRIP COVID-19 study now launched!

Millions of people are living with a condition which causes chronic or persistent pain, negatively impacting physical and psychological well-being. The SCRIP Study led by PhD student Zoe Zambelli aims to unravel the relationship between sleep and pain for those affected by a painful condition. A series of studies will be conducted to seek out ways to improve sleep management and in turn hope to better manage pain and enhance overall well-being. This research is being funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, part of UKRI.

The SCRIP COVID-19 follow-up study has launched!  If you took part in the first SCRIP study survey, you will have received an email invite with a link to this follow-up study. If you took part in the first survey between February and April, but have not received an invite email and would like one, please get in touch as soon as possible using the contact box below. 

 

Results from this study will be shared here in the future, and we are also looking for volunteers to contribute to future study designs. If you are interested in collaborating, please drop me an email. This study has been approved by UCL IOE Ethics Committee.

If you are interested in future studies on this project or research in the lab in general we’d love to hear from you. If you are an individual with chronic pain, a researcher, an academic, a professional or simply intrigued, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sleep Education and Research Lab 

25 Woburn Square 

London, WC1H 0AA

United Kingdom

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