Research improves services and treatments not just for you but also for future generations. It helps develop new tests for diagnosis, treatments and processes that could eventually help your children, or even your grandchildren. You may gain access to treatments that are not yet readily available to the public.
If you are a COPD patient or caregiver with a love of animals, Dr. Erika Penz, would like your help in a new research study at the University of Saskatchewan.
Please contact Nancy Zacher at 306-361-5903 if you're interested. More details in the poster.
Sleep Apnea Survey
The Respiratory Research Centre, in partnership with the Saskatchewan Centre for Patient Oriented Research (SCPOR), is working with the James Lind Alliance (JLA) in a Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) which will result in a list of the Top 10 research priorities for obstructive sleep apnea in Saskatchewan.
Take the survey here: https://medicine.usask.ca/respiratoryresearch/jla-survey.php#TakeourSurvey