A research team at Johns Hopkins wants to learn how to improve access to follow-up care for women who get an abnormal breast cancer screening result. To learn what care women do or don’t get, the research team is having about 500 women who received abnormal results from a mammogram, breast MRI, or clinical breast exam or a diagnosis of breast cancer complete a 30-minute survey about their healthcare experiences.
The research team recruited for this study in July 2018 and enrolled more than 200 women. Most of the women who signed up to participate were White and heterosexual. To better assess healthcare experiences across populations, the research team is now looking for participants from other racial / ethnic groups and sexual orientations.
If you agree to be in this study, you will receive a link to the online study survey. This survey should take approximately 30 minutes to complete. You will be provided with instructions on how to take breaks during the survey and resume where you left off. However, you are encouraged to complete the survey in one sitting. Your responses will be kept confidential and will not be linked to any identifying information.
The questionnaire will ask about your experiences with getting healthcare in the United States. After completion of the survey, you will be mailed a $25 gift card for your time. In order to receive the gift card, you must provide your contact information. This information will not be linked to your survey responses.