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Fibromyalgia & Wellbeing Research

Recent research suggests that processes such as acceptance, mindfulness and engaging in activities related to personal values may assist in the management of chronic pain conditions. Less is known about how this might be helpful for individuals with fibromyalgia. A study is currently being conducted by Swinburne University of Technology which examines fibromyalgia severity, wellbeing and psychological flexibility (i.e. acceptance, mindfulness and values-based living).

Your participation will help to gather important information about the impact of fibromyalgia on wellbeing with the aim of enhancing treatment and health outcomes.  Participation involves completing an anonymous online questionnaire which takes about 20 minutes.  Further information and the questionnaire is available at http://opinio.online.swin.edu.au/s?s=12770

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