This study will evaluate the measurement properties of the Hip Fracture Impact Profile (HIP) in a population of patients recovering from surgical repair of a minimal-trauma hip fracture.
Who may be eligible to participate?
Adults 60 years of age or older who underwent surgical repair for a minimal-trauma hip fracture within the past 2 to 6 weeks and who are willing and able to participate in a longitudinal study for 25 weeks. Participants must be fluent in English.
What does participation involve?
Following a single in-person study visit, participants will be asked to complete a series of multiple-choice, paper-based questionnaires at six more time points at home (at week 4, week 8, week 12, week 12.5, week 24, and week 25). These questionnaires will ask about a participant’s physical functioning in regard to his/her hip fracture repair.
Participants will mail in their questionnaires using pre-paid shipping labels and mailing materials.
Investigator: Christopher Boone, MD, EvergreenHealth Medical Center; BBJP Orthopedics
For More Information: Sudeshna Ray - 425.899.5361 / SuRay@evergreenhealth.com
The objective of this observational study is to assess outcomes following Total Knee Arthroplasty, utilizing MIS computer assisted techniques in normal risk and high-risk patients. Data will be collected at preoperative, operative, discharge, and 2-month postoperative intervals in patients who consent being on this study.
Investigator: Craig McAllister, MD
For More Information: Shalom Kilcup – 425.899.5369 email@example.com