Portail de recrutement de participants en recherche (PRPR)

Bienvenue sur le Portail de recrutement de participants en recherche de la SCP!

Ce portail, réservé aux membres de la SCP seulement, a été créé afin de permettre aux membres de la SCP d’afficher des demandes pour que d’autres membres de la SCP servent de participants dans leurs études de recherche.

Pour afficher votre projet vous devez nous en fournir une brève description, indiquant qui vous cherchez à recruter, l’obligation des participants et la durée de la collecte de données.

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Etudes de recherche en cours


Participant Recruitment for Online Survey – What Do Mental Healthcare Providers Think of Psychedelic-assisted Therapy?

Description: As you may know, the field of psychedelic-assisted therapy is rapidly growing, with increased research, media coverage, popular interest, and proposed legislative changes. Despite these changes, little is known about how Canadian mental healthcare providers feel about this type of therapy. We are conducting this anonymous online survey to better understand Canadian mental healthcare providers’ and students’ attitudes about psychedelic-assisted therapy and psychedelics more generally. We would appreciate it if you could complete our 15–20 minute online survey, which is being conducted on REDCap. We hope to recruit approximately 400 participants. In thanks for participating, you can enter a draw to win 1 of 8 $100 gift cards to a retailer of your choosing (1 in 50 chance to win).

Specifics:
Study Population:
1. Registered mental healthcare provider or student training to be a registered mental healthcare provider in Canada
2. Providing mental health services to clients (directly or via supervision)
3. 18 years of age or older
4. Able to read English

Participant Obligation:
15–20 minute online survey

Location: Online - Toronto, Ontario

Project lead: Anne Wagner

Study Dates: mars 1, 2022 to mars 1, 2023

Study Website: https://redcap.link/f5vjx63o

Investigating Neuropsychological Consequences of COVID-19 on Adults, and Examination of Associated Risk and Resilience Factors

Description: Our research team is investigating the impacts of COVID-19 on the brain and thinking abilities, and whether there are potential risk or protective factors that may influence cognitive outcomes. In this study, we are recruiting participants who have tested positive for COVID-19 at least 3 months prior, OR who have not been diagnosed with COVID-19. We will be collecting demographic information, health information, and conducting a cognitive assessment remotely through Zoom. This research is being conducted through York University and the University of Victoria.

Specifics: Study Population:
We are recruiting adults (19+) from BC and Ontario. Participants need to fall into one of the following categories:
a) has tested positive for COVID-19 at least 3 months prior
OR
b) has not tested positive for COVID-19

Participant Obligation:
There will be a set of online surveys (45 mins in length) and a cognitive assessment via Zoom (1 hour in length). Participants must have access to a computer OR device with a large screen in order to conduct the Zoom assessment remotely.

Location: Online - Ontario or British Columbia

Project lead: This study has 2 primary researchers:
Dr. Kristina Gicas from York University
Dr. Theone Paterson from the University of Victoria

Study Dates: janvier 4, 2022 to janvier 4, 2023

Study Website: https://onlineacademiccommunity.uvic.ca/covidcogntivehealth/

Mental Health Therapists’ Provision of Sexual Health Care Services with Individuals who have a Traumatic Brain Injury

Description: The purpose of the study is to understand mental health therapists’ provision of psychosexual health care with individuals who have had a traumatic brain injury (TBI). The study will examine mental health therapists’ attitudes and knowledge about, and comfort with, sexuality-related concerns in individuals with TBI. The study will also explore personal factors that may influence engagement with this population Implications of this research could include future training programs that could help increase therapists’ knowledge, and comfort levels working with individuals with TBI and their sexual concerns. I hope that the impact of this research will also raise awareness about sexual concerns experienced by individuals with TBIs.

Specifics: Study Population:
The targeted study population are practicing mental health therapists from any part of Canada.

Participant Obligation:
Participants will be asked to complete a 20 to a 30-minute survey about their experiences with sexual health care services to individuals who have experienced a TBI. They will have the option to enter a draw to win one of four $50.00 Amazon e-cards.

Location: Online- Vancouver, BC

Project lead: Veronica Li, Supervisor: Jordan Maile

Study Dates: novembre 1, 2021 to février 28, 2022

Study Website: https://adler.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_086a7nEXwlIrssm

Love in the Time of Gluten

Description: The main goal of the present study is to extend our understanding of celiac disease’s possible effects on romantic relationships. Research questions and hypotheses include: Do those who have never been in a romantic relationship identify their disease as a barrier to finding/developing such relationships? Do those with relationship experience but who are not currently involved in a relationship identify their disease as having been a barrier to the success of their most recent relationship? We predict that perceptions of the disease’s negative relationship impact will be lower and their perceptions of its positive impact will be greater the more participants perceive their current partners to be caring, understanding, and supportive.

Specifics: Study Population
Participants must have medically-diagnosed celiac disease and eat a gluten free diet. You do not need to be in a relationship to participate.

Participant Obligation
Participants are asked to complete a fully anonymous online survey. We estimate that most participants should be able to complete the survey in 15 to 30 minutes. Participants can enter a lottery to win a $50 Indigo gift card for their time.

Location: online - Calgary.

Project lead: Susan Boon, student researcher: Emmery Poppleton

Study Dates: janvier 7, 2022 to janvier 6, 2023

Study Website: https://survey.ucalgary.ca/jfe/form/SV_ePdLIeXwvmB5z9Q