Aim: To explore the impacts of hair loss, through chemotherapy, on young women’s sense of femininity.
Hair Loss through Chemotherapy: How Does It Affect A Young Person’s Sense Of Femininity?
This 4th year honours project is seeking assistance from 6 young female patients (16 – 25 years) to participate in audio-taped semi-structured interviews, lasting 30 – 60 mins, exploring the affects that Chemotherapy-induced hair loss has had on the participant's sense of femininity.
Eligibility & Criteria
To determine eligibility, the criteria for participants are as follows:
- Aged between 16 – 25 years, inclusive
- Currently experiencing hair loss as a result from Chemotherapy treatmentOR
- Experienced hair loss as a result from Chemotherapy treatment within the past 2 years.
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