Portail de recrutement de participants en recherche (PRPR)

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Etudes de recherche en cours

Development and Evaluation of an Educational Resource for Adults with High Needle Fear - Phase 2

Description: Did you know that about 1 in 10 adults will delay or refuse vaccination due to needle fear? Researchers from the University of Guelph and University of Toronto have developed an evidence-based electronic educational resource for needle fear to provide adults with the tools to self-manage their fear (sponsored by the Public Health Agency of Canada Immunization Partnership Fund). Currently, there are no existing widely accessible, evidence-based detailed resources for adults to self-manage their needle fear. We hope that this research can help create a freely available resource. There are two phases to this research: 1) to develop and modify the e-resource based on stakeholder feedback; and 2) an evaluation of the e-resource. We are currently recruiting participants for Phase 2 to evaluate the electronic resource. Specifically, we are looking to recruit adults with a moderate to high level of needle fear to review the e-resource and practice the skills that are described in the e-resource. Participants are invited to complete a questionnaire before and after they have reviewed and interacted with the e-resource. Participants may also be invited for a virtual interview to provide feedback. All participants will receive honoraria for participating. Link to participate: https://uoguelph.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2tLgkieKDPy8XkO

Specifics: Study Population:
Canadian adults (18 years +) with a moderate to high level of needle fear. Must have a Canadian phone number to participate.

Participant Obligation:
Complete: 1) a screening questionnaire; 2) baseline questionnaire; 3) brief phone screening; 4) review and use the e-resource; 5) second brief phone screening; 5) post-interaction questionnaire. Some will participate in a virtual interview.

Location: Online - Guelph

Project lead: C. Meghan McMurtry

Study Dates: décembre 5, 2022 to février 28, 2023

Study Website: https://uoguelph.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2tLgkieKDPy8XkO

Accessing and Utilizing Services for Intimate Partner Violence: Centering the Voices of Survivors and Service Providers who Serve Them

Description: Despite the growing body of research literature pertaining to the understanding of survivors' help-seeking behaviours, limitations remain with respect to adequately understanding and conceptualizing the service utilization of survivors using intersectionality theory. More research is needed to bridge the gap between the intersectionality theoretical framework and the development of service programs and policies that reach to the diverse groups of survivors. In order to promote equitable, accessible, and inclusive services for all survivors, it is imperative to learn how various groups of survivors experience services and how these services attend to their intersecting identities and unique social locations. It is also essential to explore how providers who serve them understand survivors' experiences. Therefore, the aim of this research is to explore from multiple perspectives, how survivors of IPV and service providers who serve them understand survivors' experiences of accessing and utilizing mental health and social support services. I hope that this study can make a contribution to the field of domestic violence, ultimately improving services for all survivors. If you are in Canada and interested in participating, please do not hesitate to contact me via email address at asra.milani@mail.mcgill.ca

Specifics: Study Population:
Participants are adult survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV), have left abusive relationship and are safe. Participants also are licensed mental health practitioners who worked with survivors of IPV and have five years of experience.

Participant Obligation
Participation in 60-90 minutes semi-structured interview

Location: online - Calgary

Project lead: Asra Milani, Supervisor: Dr. Ada L. Sinacore

Study Dates: novembre 10, 2022 to octobre 30, 2023

Study Website: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/activity-6978438880815419392-zV1H?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_desktop

Relationships in a Celiac World

Description: This study explores the romantic relationship experiences of adults who live with celiac disease or the experiences of their romantic partners. Romantic relationships fulfill needs for belonging, intimacy, and support and are the sources of some of life’s greatest joys. Your responses to this online survey will help us better understand the ways that celiac disease impacts people's experiences in these important relationships. The online survey contains questions about your medical history, your current and previous experience in romantic relationships, and your thoughts about how celiac disease has affected these experiences. You do not need to be in a current romantic relationship to complete the survey BUT you must have been in a romantic relationship in the past.

Specifics: Study Population :
To participate, you must be:
1. Adults 18 years of age or older
2. in a romantic relationship currently or have been in one in the past
3. living with diagnosed celiac disease OR
4. the partner of an individual living with celiac disease

Participant Obligation :
You will be asked questions about yourself, your quality of life, your romantic relationship, and how celiac disease affects your experiences in your relationship. Upon completion, you can enter to win a $50.00 Indigo.ca gift card.

Location: online - Calgary

Project lead: Susan Boon

Study Dates: décembre 5, 2022 to août 31, 2023

Study Website: https://bit.ly/3B0Bc3o

Study on Child Eating Habits and Physical Symptoms (Eating behaviours, physical symptoms, and quality of life)

Description: This study will help us understand more about eating behaviours and physical symptoms that children experience, and how this impacts children and their families. We are interested in comparing the experience of children who are generally healthy, with those who have a diagnosis of avoidant restrictive food intake disorder, or a diagnosis of a somatic symptom or related disorder. We are currently focusing on recruitment of children/families who are generally healthy. What's Involved: You will be asked to complete 5 questionnaires online. For parents of youth aged 8+ : both you and your child will be asked for permission to participate. You and your child will decide who (parent only, youth only, or both) will fill out questionnaires. For parents of children aged 4-7: only the parent will complete questionnaires.

Specifics: Study Population:
You are invited if you have a child between the ages of 4-18 years who: -is generally healthy
-does not have a diagnosis of avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder or somatic symptom or related disorder.

Participant Obligation:
Participation in the study is voluntary, anonymous and will take approx. 30 mins to complete a survey online.

To participate in this study please access the following website: https://rc.bcchr.ca/redcap/surveys/?s=T9JKATAPYX
Please select group C

Location: Online - Montreal

Project lead: Jennifer Coelho

Study Dates: novembre 14, 2022 to février 15, 2023

Study Website: https://rc.bcchr.ca/redcap/surveys/?s=T9JKATAPYX

Adult ADHD: A Survey of Current Practices in Psychology

Description: This study will be exploring the provision of psychological care for adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) across Canada. It will aim at understanding psychologists' beliefs and knowledge about adult ADHD and practices in the assessment and treatment of these individuals. It will also explore the potential for future training in this area.

Specifics: Study Population
Registered psychologists in Canada. Individuals must meet the following criteria to participate: They are a registered psychologist in Canada; They are currently practicing and living in Canada;They are fluent in English (reading and writing)

Participant Obligation
Participants will be asked to complete a 15–30-minute survey about their current practices in assessing and treating adult ADHD, as well as their interest in future training.

Location: Online – Vancouver

Project lead: Alessia Lista, Supervisor: Dr. Manal Guirguis-Younger

Study Dates: novembre 9, 2022 to avril 9, 2023

Study Website: https://tinyurl.com/adultadhdstudy

Attitudes Toward Different Groups

Description: In this study, we are examining attitudes toward two groups: 1) individuals who are sexually attracted to minors (i.e. under the age of 18) and 2) individuals who drink large amounts of alcohol almost daily. All participants will complete a demographics questionnaire, a questionnaire about attitudes toward individuals who are attracted to minors but have never committed a sexual offence, and a questionnaire about attitudes toward individuals with alcohol use problems. Mental healthcare providers will complete a questionnaire about their clinical experiences, a questionnaire about willingness to treat individuals who are attracted to minors and have never offended and a questionnaire about willingness to receive training to provide treatment to these individuals. Furthermore, open response questions will be asked to inquire about the reasons for mental healthcare providers’ motivation, or lack thereof, to work with individuals who are attracted to minors.

Specifics: Study Population:
Participants will include 225 registered mental healthcare providers or students on track to become registered mental healthcare providers and 75 members of the general public from Canada or the United States, N = 300.

Participant Obligation:
Participants will complete online questionnaires consisting of closed and open response questions which are anticipated to take 15 minutes.

Location: Online - Toronto

Project lead: Sofija Lavrinsek, Suprvisor: Dr. David Day

Study Dates: octobre 18, 2022 to janvier 31, 2023

Study Website: https://ryersonpsych.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eUTaMXL6RDNSuZE


Description: The Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) has caused a significant crisis for the educational system and its students throughout the world. Canada remained closed for a total of 51 weeks, causing significant changes in the practice of professionals working in education. School psychologists were among the many professionals who adapted their work to meet the school and students' needs during the pandemic. An examination of school psychologists' practices during Covid-19 is necessary to gain a better insight into their role in the crisis and to learn lessons that can improve the field of school psychology in the future. This study aims to understand school psychologists' experiences regarding the changes and adaptations in their practices during Covid-19. It will also evaluate school psychologists' perceptions of the challenges and benefits associated with providing services during school closures and reopenings. One final objective is to investigate what they think should be preserved, modified, or improved in the field. This study will use a qualitative approach to understand the phenomenon, generate data, and provide additional insight into the topic. Participants will include 10 to 12 school psychologists working in Canadian schools. A modified version of the semi-instructed interview developed by Reupert et al. (2022) will be conducted online via Zoom. Interviews

Specifics: Study Population
Registered or provisional psychologists with, at minimum, one Canadian provincial or territorial regulatory body, working full-time or part-time in schools in Canada, who experienced some sort of COVID-19-related restriction, and English speakers.

Participant Obligation
Complete a short online questionnaire (3-5 minutes) and take part in a one-on-one interview (40-60 minutes).

Location: Online - Calgary, Alberta

Project lead: Natasha Cabrera Pineiro Portela, Supervisor: Dr. Michele Drefs

Study Dates: octobre 7, 2022 to février 28, 2023

Gay-Straight Alliances On University Campuses: Impact and Implications for the LGBTQ+ Community

Description: The current study looks to investigate the presence of Gay-Straight Alliances (GSAs) on Canadian University campuses to compare how awareness of GSAs impact mental health in LGBTQ+ university students. The impact of GSAs in similar literature has contributed to higher rates of academic achievement, better mental health, increased support from peers and teachers, reduced LGBTQ+ discrimination, and reduced suicidality in LGBTQ+ youth (Russell et al., 2011; Davis et al., 2016; Baams & Russell, 2020; Fetner & Elafros, 2015; Saewyc et al., 2014; Poteat et al., 2013). However, literature that examines the impact of GSAs in universities is sparse, and even more limited in regard to their effect in Canadian universities. Understanding how GSAs contribute to the psychological profiles of LGBTQ+ university students will provide universities with a better understanding of how to assist these individuals. The purpose of this study is to investigate and expand the current body of literature regarding the positive influence of GSAs on the LGBTQ+ community, and to determine if their influence is pervasive in LGBTQ+ university students. Further, the study also seeks to examine anti-bullying and discrimination policies implemented by universities and at the participant’s previous high schools to better understand their impact.

Specifics: Study Population
Must be 19+, enrolled in a Canadian university, identify as LGBTQ+, and live in Canada.

Participant Obligation
Participation in this research entails electronically completing several questionnaires through the platform "SurveyMonkey", which will take approximately 45 minutes to an hour to complete.

Location: Online - Nanaimo, B.C.

Project lead: Danielle Shinbine, Suprvisor: Melanie O'Neill

Study Dates: avril 1, 2022 to mars 31, 2023

Study Website: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/UNI-GSA

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).

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