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What are the biological, environmental, and behavioral factors associated with the longitudinal trends of interstitial cystitis?

Interstitial cystitis (IC) is defined by the hallmark symptoms of chronic pelvic or bladder pain, often accompanied by urgency or frequency of urination. Using data from over 1 million men and women, we will examine the natural history and longitudinal trends of IC symptoms over 10 years in a diverse population that are traditionally underrepresented in IC research. We will also examine the biological, environmental,... more »

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What are the biological and behavioral factors that predict mesh complications after sling for stress urinary incontinence?

Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is prevalent among women, yet the standard of care treatment – midurethral mesh sling – can lead in devastating mesh complications (dyspareunia that precludes sex, chronic pelvic pain, infection). Using national data, we will identify biological (eg, genomics, vaginal & urinary microbiome, race, comorbidities, metabolic syndrome) and behavioral (eg, smoking, physical activity) factors... more »

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What shapes perceptions of whether the healthcare system takes patient concerns seriously and how do they affect patient health?

Patients, like many of the 11.2% of Americans with chronic pain, can feel that providers do not take their health concerns seriously. The goals of this research are: 1. identify factors (e.g., race, gender, SES) that affect perceptions of how seriously the healthcare system takes the concerns of patients across a variety of conditions (e.g., fibromyalgia, lupus) and, 2. test how these perceptions affect patient health... more »

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What shapes perceptions of whether the healthcare system takes patient concerns seriously and how do they affect patient health?

Patients, like many of the 11.2% of Americans with chronic pain, can feel that providers do not take their health concerns seriously. The goals of this research are: 1. identify factors (e.g., race, gender, SES) that affect perceptions of how seriously the healthcare system takes the concerns of patients across a variety of conditions (e.g., fibromyalgia, lupus) and, 2. test how these perceptions affect patient health... more »

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