A research team at McGill University is conducting a study to define what families would most prefer in terms of developmental follow-up of children and adolescents with heart defects.
Who can participate?
- Youth and young adults (13–21 years old) born with a congenital heart defect who had open-heart surgery before 2 years of age and who have received health services in Canada since their surgery.
- Parents of children aged 5–15 years with a congenital heart defect who had open-heart surgery before 2 years of age and who have received health services in Canada since their surgery.
What does it involve?
- An interview that will last approximately 60 minutes.
- The interview can take place at the hospital, at your home, or any other location that may be convenient for you. It could also take place by phone or online call (e.g., Skype).
If you would like to participate or have questions, contact Marie-Eve Bolduc at email@example.com or leave a message at (514) 398-8143.