RISE Research Registry Alzheimer’s Study

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Bisexual Women's Mental Health Study

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Center for Community Practice - Pilot Participants Needed!

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TGNC Employment Experiences

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Study on Employment Experiences of Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming New Yorkers

The New York State Department of Labor is conducting a study on the employment experiences of transgender and gender non-conforming (TGNC) New Yorkers. This study will be centered around the voices of the TGNC community, and so we’re asking TGNC New Yorkers to tell us about their employment experiences in New York State.

We understand sharing stories can be difficult and at times triggering. Please be kind and gentle with yourself. We appreciate and value your time and feedback.
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Asian American Queer Women Study

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Free LGBTQ-Affirmative Therapy

Yale LGBTQ Mental Health Initiative is currently conducting a research study to learn more about LGBTQ-affirmative psychotherapy for sexual minority women in New York State. Participants would get 10 sessions of free LGBTQ-affirmative therapy and would be compensated for filling out surveys and participating in interviews to track their progress. 

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Gun Violence LGBTQ+ Survey

      

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Study: Immunocompromised and worried about COVID-19?

 

Study: Immunocompromised and worried about COVID-19?

If you have a condition that indicates you are immunocompromised with a CD4 < 350, and you have received a COVID-19 Omicron vaccine booster within the last 7 weeks, or plan to receive a booster in the near future, you may be eligible for free antibody testing and the opportunity for future participation in COVID-19 prevention studies.

What to Expect

First, sign up with your email and fill out a short questionnaire to find out whether you qualify to be a part of a registry. If you do, a Patient Experience Coordinator (Science 37 Study Team Member) will contact you to obtain any previous antibody test results, or help you obtain a new test.

If you qualify, and you haven’t recently had COVID-19 antibody test results, you will have the option to obtain a blood draw at a laboratory close to you at no cost.

Your participation may qualify you for an upcoming investigational monoclonal antibody COVID-19 prevention study.

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Transgender Health Care Experience Research Study

Doctoral Candidates' at the Washington State University Dept. of Psychology are creating a questionnaire that will help researchers and health care providers better understand transgender patients’ needs and experiences.

TRANS HEALTH STUDY: We are creating a questionnaire to help researchers and health care providers better understand transgender patients’ needs and experiences. You are eligible to participate if you identify as transgender, are 18+ years of age, are fluent in English, and are located in the United States. Participating in this study would involve completing a 15-minute online survey. The first 200 eligible participants who complete the survey will receive a $10 Amazon gift card for their time (see criteria at the link below).

  • We are looking for transgender people willing to take a 15-minute online survey about their experiences in health care.
  • We are offering a $10 Amazon gift card to compensate the first 200 participants for their time. Please note that we will only compensate ONE eligible participant per household.
  • To be eligible to participate, you need to identify as transgender, be 18 or older, fluent in English, and located in the United States.

More information is located at the link below.

 

You are eligible to participate if you identify as transgender, are over the age of 18, are located in the United States, and have had a health care visit in the past year.
If you are eligible and would like to participate, please go to this link to complete a short survey: 
https://wsu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5hv1cFFuMCPnxsO.

Our study has been approved by the Washington State University Institutional Review Board, and we are happy to answer questions you might have about the study. Please reach out to Kyle Schofield ([email protected]) if you have any questions or concerns. 

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