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.

Pour plus d’informations, reportez-vous au Portail de recrutement de participants à la recherche, qui décrit le processus de proposition.

Présentez votre étude en téléchargeant le formulaire PDF à remplir et envoyez celui-ci par courriel à Lisa Votta-Bleeker.


 

Etudes de recherche en cours


Professional Practices Related to Neurodevelopmental Disorders Among Forensic Mental Health Clinicians

Description: We are conducting a research study about professional practices and experiences among forensic mental health clinicians working with clients who have neurodevelopmental disorders. We are interested in hearing from forensic mental health clinicians (psychologists and psychiatrists) with varying experience working in this population. Even if you do not work with...

Specifics: This online survey should take no more than 10 – 15 minutes. Your responses will remain anonymous. If you agree to participate in this study, you will be asked to answer questions related to your experience working with clients who have neurodevelopmental disorders, the amount of training that you have received in this area, and any additional training that you feel would be helpful in your practice with this population. You will also be asked to provide some demographic information. Study Population: Psychologists (including interns/residents, and postdoctoral fellows) and psychiatrists (including fellows) who have experience working in forensic mental health settings and/or with forensic clients in Canada and/or the United States.

Location: Online - study approved by the institutional Research Ethics Board at the University of Guelph (Guelph, Ontario)

Project lead: Dr. Kaitlyn E. McLachlan

Study Dates: mai 10, 2019 to novembre 1, 2019

Study Website: https://uoguelph.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6DX5B4AxL0tOCfb

A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Group Intervention for Adolescents with Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder

Description: The purpose of this study is to examine how well 3 types of treatment for ADHD compare to one another: 1) group cognitive behavioural and skills training therapy (CBT+S); 2) supportive group therapy (SGT); and 3) treatment as usual in the community. Once eligible, participation will involve being randomly assigned...

Specifics: Study Population: Adolescents (aged 13-17) with ADHD from the Greater Montreal area will be entered into the study. The study is open to both medicated and un-medicated adolescents. Participant Obligation:Patients participate in this study for approximately one year. Once eligible, participation includes optional medication titration, 12 weeks of therapy and 4 in-person assessments. Hechtman Adolescent CBT Study Flyer

Location: Montreal Children’s Hospital- McGill University Health Center in Montreal, Quebec.

Project lead: Dr. Lorne S. Cousins

Study Dates: octobre 20, 2005 to mars 2, 2021

Testing the Efficacy of an Online Self-help Treatment for Comorbid Alcohol Misuse and Emotional Problems in Young Adult Manitobans: A Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT)

Description: The goal of this research is to fill gaps in the existing addictions and mental health literature by designing and testing the efficacy of an online, 8-week, integrated self-help treatment to target comorbid alcohol misuse and emotional problems simultaneously. The self-guided program is based on principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy...

Specifics:
Study Population: Eligiblity includes: Canadian young adults between the ages of 18-35, reporting at least moderate alcohol use and depression and/or anxiety, fluency in English, and weekly internet access. Participants must not be accessing treatment elsewhere.

Participant Obligation: Participants should be prepared to commit approximately 3 hours/week to the program, all online.

Location: Online in cities across Canada (approved in Winnipeg, Manitoba).

Project lead: Jona Rose Frohlich Supervisor: Dr. Matthew Keough

Study Dates: janvier 9, 2018 to décembre 31, 2019

Study Website: https://www.takecareofme.ca

The Impact of Mandatory Reporting on Clinical Service Provision to Clients: A Study of Regulated Health Professionals

Description: We are conducting a research study about mental health professionals’ ethical decision-making on mandatory reporting and attitudes towards clients who seek treatment for sexual interest in children. Please note that it is not a requirement for participation that you have seen clients with a sexual interest in children.

Specifics: Study Population: All regulated healthcare professionals in Canada are eligible to participate if they have provided mental health services in the past 12 months or are in a training program that will allow them to become regulated healthcare professionals. Participant Obligation: Complete 15-20 minute online anonymous survey.

Location: Online - study approved by three institutional ethics board (Saint Mary's University in Halifax, NS; University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK; Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto, ON

Project lead: Dr. Ainslie Heasman

Study Dates: septembre 24, 2018 to septembre 24, 2019

Study Website: https://smuniversity.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_7OhYUEf2RnufJtz

Exposure Based Treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder - Clinician Survey

Description: For this study, we are interested in how mental health professionals approach the treatment of OCD. More specifically, we know that OCD is a heterogeneous disorder and that clients may present with a number of different symptoms (e.g., fears of contamination, fears of harming a loved one). Although exposure with...

Specifics: CO-INVESTIGATORS
Gillian Alcolado, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Randi McCabe, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Irena Milosevic, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Karen Rowa, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Noam Soreni, MD

STUDY INFORMATION
You are being invited to participate in this research study because you are affiliated with a professional mental health organization (e.g., WCBCT, CPA, APA, ABCT, CACBT, AACBT, BABCP). In this study, we are reaching out to individuals with professional training in the provision of mental health services.

In order to decide whether or not you would like to take part in this research study, you should be aware of what is involved, what is expected of you and the potential risks and benefits. This form provides a detailed description about the research study so that you can make an informed decision about participating.

VOLUNTARY PARTICIPATION
Your participation in this study is completely voluntary. You may discontinue the study at any time. You may also choose not to respond to a particular item by selecting the “Prefer Not to Respond” option. You may contact the principal Investigator with questions or concerns about the study either before or after you participate (see below for contact information).

PURPOSE OF RESEARCH PROJECT
Individuals with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) experience intrusive thoughts/images/impulses and/or repetitive behaviours/rituals that are time consuming and significantly interfere with their functioning. Although a diagnosis of OCD requires that the individual experience obsessions and/or compulsions, there is much variability in the way these symptoms manifest across individuals. For example, one person may be particularly concerned about contracting an illness and therefore engage in significant washing behaviours while another person may be concerned about causing harm to their loved ones and therefore engage in complex mental rituals or prayers. Although the specific thoughts and behaviours for these two individuals vary greatly, both presentations are consistent with OCD.

Although exposure with response prevention has been shown to be effective in the treatment of OCD, less is known about how this exposure therapy is applied across different OCD presentations. In the current study, we are interested in examining how mental health professionals apply exposure therapy strategies across different OCD presentations.

PROCEDURES
If you consent to participate in this study, you will be asked to fill out a short questionnaire about your relevant training and experiences. You will then be presented with 9 short vignettes describing hypothetical clients. You may assume that each of these clients has been diagnosed with OCD and they are not experiencing any significant comorbidities. You will be asked to decide which treatment approach you believe is most appropriate for the client based on their presenting concerns. Next, you will be asked to assume that you are treating the client using an exposure with response prevention treatment approach, and to consider different exposure exercises. You will be asked to decide whether a suggested exposure is something you would be comfortable encouraging your client to try or not. It is expected that the entire questionnaire will take you approximately 30 minutes to complete.

Additional Information: OCD Survey Email Invitation to Participate - CPA.pdf

Location: Online - Hamilton, Ontario.

Project lead: Dubravka (Dee) Gavric, Ph.D., C.Psych. Psychologist, Anxiety Treatment & Research Clinic | St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton

Study Dates: octobre 1, 2018 to octobre 1, 2019

Study Website: https://rsjh.ca/redcap/surveys/?s=RDC3W88WLL