Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. These questions are designed to gain a better understanding of the needs of LGBTQ+ victims of crime throughout New York State and the services available to them. Your survey responses will help inform the expansion of information on NY Crime Victims Legal Help (https://crimevictimshelpny.org/) to better meet the civil legal needs of LGBTQ+ victims of crime. There are no right or wrong answers. Your answers are entirely confidential. The survey should take about 5 minutes to complete.
Lauren Murphy and Madison Leonardi are working on a psychology master's thesis at Saint Louis University. Their study looks at gay fathers' experiences juggling their work role and family role. They are recruiting couples of gay working dads to participate in an online survey. Each participant who meets all eligibility criteria, passes attention checks, and has 70% usable data after completing the full survey will receive a $5 Amazon gift card.
To ensure high quality data, you will first complete a 2-3 minute screener with the link below. From there, Lauren Murphy will contact you about completing the full survey.
You are invited to participate in a study conducted by Richard Chang at California State University, Fresno. The project is overseen by Dr. Rosa Toro of the Department of Psychology at California State University, Fresno. We hope to learn about how structural and cultural factors, interpersonal discrimination, maladaptive coping styles, and poor social support is linked to mental health outcomes and self-esteem among LGBTQ+ ethnic minority individuals.
f you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask us. You may contact Richard Chang at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Rosa I. Toro at email@example.com about any questions or concerns. Questions regarding the rights of research subjects may be directed to Jennifer Randles, Chair, CSU Fresno Committee on the Protection of Human Subjects, (559) 278-2234.
Are you a person with a LGBT or related identity who has ever served in the US Armed Forces?
We invite you to participate in a study focusing on your health behaviors and life experiences as a Veteran with a LGBT or related identity.
The goal of the Health for Every Veteran Study is to better understand the experiences of Veterans from all backgrounds and promote their health and well-being, including those with LGBT or related identities. We are especially interested in hearing the diverse voices within our communities.
The study is being conducted by researchers at the VA Puget Sound Health Care System. It consists of completing a confidential, web-based questionnaire every 9 months for approximately 2 years (for a total of 4 questionnaires). All research activities are completed online, with no in-person visits required. For more information, please go to https://healthforeveryvet.questionpro.com
Check out this research study by local student Katie Cole of Harrison High School! Below is a short message about her research study:
"Hi, my name is Katie Cole and I'm doing research on how discrimination affects the wellbeing of LGBTQ+ people. The topic that I'm studying is the mental health of LGBTQ+ people; specifically, I'm interested in how incidents of discrimination and micro-aggressions based on sexuality and/or gender identity affect self-reported well-being of LGBTQ+ people. This is a subject I am passionate about and I'm hoping that you will help me find answers. I am planning to use a multiple regression model to analyze the results. I am hoping that my model will be able to predict how individuals are affected by different levels of discrimination. These results could be helpful in quantifying the effect of offensive language and other microaggressions on LGBTQ+ people and could lead to the construction of new policies that would protect them. Please let help me achieve my goals for the good of the whole LGBTQ community by taking my survey; it should only take 5 minutes of your time. Thank you!"
Take her survey here: https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSdD3C-o7YGLYuDFQg…/viewform
The 'Out with Cancer’ study, funded by an Australian Research Council linkage grant, is a three-year project focused on understanding lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex (LGBTQI+) experiences of cancer and cancer care.
The ‘Out with Cancer’ study wants to know about LGBTQI+ experiences of cancer and cancer care.
LGBTQI+ includes people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, born with a variation in sex characteristics (intersex variation), and those who identify with other descriptor terms used in our communities (+).
This study will ask about your experience of cancer or caregiving, wellbeing, social support and relationships, and experiences with the healthcare system. We will use this information to develop better information and support for LGBTQI+ people with cancer and their carers.