Have you had an amputation?

Research | Nov 09th

Students from the Clinical Physiology School at the University of Lancaster in the UK are conducting a research study investigating the communication styles between people who have had an amputated limb and their prosthetist. 

They are looking for:

  • Adults of any gender, ethnicity and nationality, aged 18 or over, who have lost a limb through amputation, or who have congenital limb absence/deficiency.
  • Have gone through a prescription consultation process with a prosthetist.
  • Are able to read and understand English and are willing to take part in the research.

The survey should take approximately 20 minutes to complete.

If you would like more information about the study, please email Shaneela at s.malik1@lancaster.ac.uk or if you would like to take the survey now please click here