We would be grateful to hear from parents and children who are willing to share their experience of a broken arm or wrist.
We would like to involve you in developing appropriate information for the CRAFFT study. The CRAFFT study aims to find out more about how a broken bone in the wrist should be treated in children and is comparing the two most common treatments used throughout the UK.
We would like to hear you and your child’s experience of their injury, treatment and recovery, 2) and what you both might think and feel if you had been asked to take part in a study like the CRAFFT study. This will help us to identify what information children and their parents need after this injury and when making a decision about trial participation and how best to convey this information.
This opportunity involves a one-off telephone interview.
Prior research experience is not needed.
End date: April 2020
Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences, University of Oxford