Mental Health, Spirituality, and Religiosity Among Testicular Cancer Survivors

This study aims to assess the strength of the relationship between mental health, spirituality, and religiosity among testicular cancer survivors. The research question is to what extent does the level of spirituality and religiosity affect the mental health of testicular cancer survivors? The primary hypothesis is that there is a significant correlation between mental health and the spiritual and religious views among testicular cancer survivors. The alternative hypothesis is that testicular cancer survivors are more likely to be more spiritually inclined, rather than religiously inclined. The research question will be tested using a variety of surveys measuring levels of mental health, spirituality, and religiosity. Data will be analyzed to provide a detailed correlation between these factors.

Inclusion Qualifications:

  • Males aged 18 years or older
  • Have been previously diagnosed with testicular cancer

Exclusion Qualifications:

You may not participate in this research opportunity if any of the following applies to you:
  • Any males under the age of 18 years old
  • Females
  • Never being diagnosed with testicular cancer

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UCF IRB#: STUDY00003100
PI: Michael Rovito
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Recruitment End Date:
September 27, 2021
Point of Contact:
Morgan Kerr
Faculty Advisors:
Michael J. Rovito
Associated Units:
Health Sciences
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