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Transplant Survey for Young Adults

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Teenage and young adult (13 to 30 years old) transplant recipients have increased rates of complications after surgery.

We want to know more about how teenage and young adult transplant recipients use apps and social media in order to build a digital tool to help with the transplant process. If you a transplant recipient between 13 and 30 years old or a parent of a transplant recipient, please consider completing our survey.

Complete our brief, anonymous survey.

Principal investigator: Douglas Mogul, M.D., M.P.H.
This is a research study approved by the Johns Hopkins Institutional Review Board IRB00178243.
To learn more about the study, please contact Kim Kafka, R.N., at kfehily2@jhmi.edu or 410-614-8583.

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