A doctoral candidate, Andrew Hodrien, in the School of Health
Sciences at the University of Salford, Manchester, England, is seeking
people who use upper-limb prostheses to participate in a study, “A
Content Analysis of Factors Associated With Embodiment of Upper Limb
Prostheses.” The research will involve semi-structured interviews
through e-mail, and responses will be kept confidential. Participants’
use of a prosthesis can be due to amputation or congenital limb loss.
Study recruitment opened in June 2016, and the deadline has now been
extended to May 31.