Other Non-FPMRS Projects Currently Recruiting New Sites

Title: Social media use in women with pelvic pain: a multicenter patient survey
PI: Dr. Carolyn Piszczek at [email protected]
Mentor: Dr. Amanda Ecker
SAB: Drs Amanda Yunker and Matthew Siedhoff
JAB: Dr. Donna Mazloomdoost
Basics: 15-15 minute anonymous patient survey about use of social media to learn about or manage gynecologic condition associated with pain
Additional sites: OHSU, Legacy Portland OR, University of Rochester, Columbia, Scripps San Diego, Vanderbilt, Cedars Sinai, Cleveland Clinic Florida, Indiana U
Status: IRB and recruiting patients
Role of satellite site investigators: get study through their local IRB, recruit and screen patients for study, data entry if paper form of survey is used

1. Primary outcome: proportion of subjects who use social media to learn about or manage their gynecologic condition that is associated with pain.
2. Secondary outcome: proportion of subjects who use the internet to learn about or manage their gynecologic condition that is associated with pain.
3. Tertiary outcomes: determine if there are associations between: 
a) degree of bother and frequency and/or duration of engagement in social networking related to their condition;
b) degree of bother and the degree to which patients engage in social networking related to their condition (with a consumer being at the lowest level of engagement and entrepreneur the highest);
c) relative trust in peers, family, and medical professionals and degree of engagement in social networking sites related to their condition.

 

Title: Outcomes after uterine artery embolization and other treatment modalities for uterine arteriovenous malformation
PI: Dr. Cynthia Arvizo at [email protected]
Mentor: Dr. Amanda Yunker
SAB: Dr. Amanda Yunker and Dr. Stacey Scheib
Basics: chart review of women who were treated for AVM between January 2006 and December 2013
Additional sites:  Cleveland Clinic
StatusRecruiting sites
Role of satellite site investigators: chart review and data entry

1. Primary outcome: risk of repeat intervention after having primary UAE vs other treatment modality for management of uterine AVM

2. Secondary outcomes:|
      Mean time to reintervention
      Pregnancy outcomes in women treated with UAE or other treatment modalitie 
      Changes in diagnostic imaging after primary treatment of AVM

 

Title: Impact of surgeon training on myomectomy route and outcomes: A multicenter review from the Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery Fellows’ Pelvic Research Network 
PI: Dr. Patricia J. Mattingly at [email protected] 
Mentors: Dr. Stacey A. Scheib and Dr. Kelly N. Wright 
SAB: Dr. Stacey A. Scheib
Basics: This is a multi-center retrospective cohort study that aims to determine if there is an association between myomectomy route and minimally invasive gynecologic surgeon training      

Additional sites:  
Status: Recruiting sites. **Please not that participating sites will have the opportunity to serve as a principle investigator for proposed ancillary studies that utilizes the database. 

Role of satellite site investigators: perform a chart review of women who had a myomectomy between July 1, 2016 through July 30, 2017

1. Primary outcome: rate of laparoscopic and abdominal myomectomy

2. Secondary outcomes: preoperative and peri-operative parameters

 

Title: Essure Removal for the Treatment of Device-Attributed Symptoms: A Multi-site Prospective Cohort Study
PI: Dr. Nisse Clark at [email protected]
Mentor: Jon Einarsson MD, PhD, MPH
SAB: Amanda Yunker, DO

JAB: Patty Mattingly, MD
Basics: To prospectively assess the change in symptoms and quality of life following Essure removal for device-attributed symptoms (two surveys for patients to take – one before and one after Essure removal procedure)

Additional sites: Vanderbilt University

Status: Recruiting patients at primary site, recruiting additional sites
Role of satellite site investigators: Recruit and screen patients for study, data entry if paper form of survey is used, otherwise REDcap

1. Primary outcome: Symptom and quality of life change scores pre and post-procedure

2. Secondary outcome: Surgical outcomes

 

Title: Sexual function and satisfaction after hysterectomy in women who have sex with women
PI: Dr. Jessica Sisto at [email protected]
Mentor: Dr. Pedroso
SAB: Dr. Stacey Scheib
Basics: evaluate sexual function and satisfaction pre and post hysterectomy in women who have sex with women and compare to a heterosexual cohort
Additional sites: Columbia, Northwester, Virginia Mason
Status: Recruiting sites
Role of satellite site investigators: recruit and screen patients for study, data entry if paper form of survey is used

1. Primary outcome: To evaluate sexual function and satisfaction pre and post hysterectomy in women who have sex with women utilizing Female Sexual Function Index scores, Index of Sexual life scores, and Sexual Practice Survey and Satisfaction scores.

2. Secondary outcome: To compare to a heterosexual cohort.

3. Tertiary outcomes: Determine if the following factors affect outcome: 

a) Ovarian retention vs oophorectomy

b) Premenopausal vs postmenopausal