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Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Do you or a friend or family member have COPD and OSA?
Hello Friend of the ASAA,
We know we have asked before - but do you OR a friend or family member have Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (COPD) and Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)?
If you answered ‘yes’ to the question above, we need your help!
The COPD Foundation and American Sleep Apnea Association have launched a successful study to help patients make better use of their therapies, overcome barriers and achieve their health and quality of life goals. This study is proving free education and peer coaching to individuals living with both COPD and OSA, who require the use of CPAP therapy at night. Individuals who also use oxygen with their CPAP therapy at night are also encouraged to sign up. If you have ever been diagnosed with COPD and OSA, join the O2VERLAP Study and reserve your seat in our virtual classroom today. If you have a friend or family member that has both COPD and OSA, please forward this email to them to sign up using the link below.
The initial study results are very encouraging. Many study participants have benefitted from the coaching and education offered as part of this program.
Our enrollment period ends in April - this is your last chance to sign up.
Learn more and get all your questions answered here.
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Study participation in the O2VERLAP Study is mostly online and is completely voluntary. There is no cost to registering and compensation up to $75 may be provided.
Questions? E-mail the study directly at O2VERLAP@copdfoundation.org
Thank you for helping to spread the word about the O2VERLAP research study!
Carl Stepnowsky, PhD, Principal Investigator, O2VERLAP Study
Elisha Malanga, Administrative Principal Investigator, O2VERLAP Study