iGenoMed IBD web survey

The iGenoMed project is looking to better understand how patients living with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) feel about how treatment decisions are currently made. Please complete the following survey in order to help us better understand how you feel during your consultations with your physician.

Your participation in this research will consist of complete this questionnaire divided into seven sections. Each section will invite you to choose the statement that you feel best describes your situation. Simply check the box that best describes your opinion on a scale of 1 to 6. We hope that you complete the entire questionnaire, but, you may choose not to answer any of the questions and to end the survey at any time. The maximum time required to complete the survey should be approximately 15 minutes.

Of course, your answers will be kept anonymous. Your participation in this project is limited, it will never be possible to identify you. Thus, the data from your responses will be kept for further analysis or other research in anonymous form. It should be noted that since no data that can identify you (eg name, address) is collected through the questionnaire, the data obtained from a participant after the researcher receive the completed questionnaire cannot be destroyed, even if you decide to withdraw from the project.

If you have any questions about this research, or how your answers will be used, please contact the co-investigator responsible of the project, Professor Sophie Veilleux, at Laval University’s Faculty of Business Administration by Email at sophie.veilleux@fsa.ulaval.ca. Please also note that the contribution of the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of Canada in the research project is this work.

Your cooperation in this study is valuable to us. That is why we would like to thank you for the time and attention that you agree to devote with your participation.

Simply returning the completed questionnaire will be considered the implicit expression of consent to participate. If you have any complaints or criticisms regarding your participation in this research, please contact, in confidence, to the Ombudsman from Laval University at the following address:

Pavillon Alphonse-Desjardins Tel. : (418) 656-3081
University Laval Toll-free number: 1-866-323-2271
2325 University Street, Suite 3320
Quebec (Quebec) G1V 0A6
Email: info@ombudsman.ulaval.ca