Race, Knee Pain and Total Knee Replacements


Do you have knee pain?

If you are 65 years or older, you may be eligible to participate in this study. 

This research explores what patients consider when they decide how they want to treat their knee pain. It examines the most influential factors when deciding to get a total knee replacement or not. Specifically, it examines if there are any racial differences within these decisions.

Participation in this research involves taking a 45-minute survey online.


This is an online survey that can be taken at your convenience anywhere that you have access to an internet connection.

Are you eligible?

  • 65 years or older
  • Identify as Black/African American or White
  • Currently or has ever had knee pain

Contact the study team for the survey link


65 and over



Monetary compensation


Can be done from home



Knee pain, Anterior knee pain, Hip or knee replacement - before - what to ask your doctor

Principal Investigator

Kelly Muzyczka


College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Contact Information


(352) 317-0222

Be an Informed Participant

Before deciding to participate in a research study, take time to learn about clinical research, how it's conducted and your rights as a research participant. Following are some helpful resources from independent sources. Always remember that a clinical research study is research, not treatment.

Know Who to Contact

  • Eligibility: For questions about a specific study and who is eligible to participate, call or email the contact person listed for that study.
  • Your Rights: For questions about your rights as a research participant, contact the UF Institutional Review Boards at 352-273-9600.
  • Feedback: For general questions or feedback about study listings, email the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute at UFStudies@health.ufl.edu.

Other Resources

  • HealthStreet: Health-focused services, classes and events, and opportunities to participate in research.
  • ResearchMatch.org: Join a national registry of volunteers willing to be contacted about research studies.

For Research Teams