Researchers at University of Toronto and West Park Healthcare Centre are interested in learning more about the perspectives and experiences of healthcare professionals related to lower-limb 3D-printed prosthetic sockets. The researchers are asking for volunteers to participate in a 30-45–minute telephone interview.
Participants must have experience with 3D-scanning and -printing processes and have fitted and/or produced at least three 3D-printed prosthetic sockets in the past year. The interview includes questions about 3D scanning and 3D printing, what barriers or benefits you see with 3D-printed sockets, and what information would help you confidently and effectively communicate the process to a patient.
To complete the contact information for participation, visit “Understanding Stakeholder Perspectives of Lower Limb 3D Printed Sockets.”
For questions or to learn more about the study, email [email protected] or call 416-243-3600 ext. 2715.