The Online Psychoeducation for Sexual Dysfunction in Cancer survivors (OPES) project is a pilot study run by the UBC Sexual Health Lab to test an internet-based psychoeducational intervention for men and women with sexual difficulties after surgery for colorectal or gynecological cancer.
The eHealth Strategy Office developed an online platform for the UBC Sexual Health Lab to use during their pilot study. The efficacy of the psychoeducation will be measured with questionnaires completed pre-treatment, upon completing treatment and again at 6 months post treatment. For more information about the study and the entry criteria for those eligible to participate, please visit this website.
For more information on this design project, please contact Tracy Thain.