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The study is both qualitative and quantitative, gathering patient's perceptions of HCV treatment benefits before and after HCV treatment by administering surveys and conducting in-depth qualitative patient interviews. The study seeks to understand all anticipated and actual benefits patients perceive before and after viral eradication.

Clinical Trial Description

This study employs a mixed methods (qualitative and quantitative) pre-post study design utilizing in-depth qualitative interviews and patient reported outcome surveys. Pre-treatment surveys and interviews will be conducted before HCV therapy commences to understand all potential psychological, social, physical and medical consequences perceived to be related to HCV and the patients' anticipation (hope for) of improvements in these factors after viral eradication. Post-treatment surveys and interviews will occur 4 to 8 months after treatment ends to examine long-term treatment benefits, i.e., changes in HCV-related factors, such as symptoms, functioning, and health status. ;

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NCT number NCT03000023
Study type Observational
Source University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Status Completed
Start date October 2016
Completion date July 2018

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