UQ Researchers seeking participants aged 50 and over to participate in COVID-19 survey
Understanding potential mental health protective factors associated with COVID-19
UQ researchers are seeking participants aged 50 years and over to participate in a survey regarding their COVID-19 experience to help understand the impact of the pandemic and potential protective mental health factors.
Anyone who is 50 years or older.
To help identify individual factors which may have a protective benefit for older adults experiencing
Participation is anonymous and involves completing an online (or paper-based, if preferred) survey that is expected to take 20-30 minutes. There are no follow-up commitments or contact beyond the survey.
Questions relating to participants’ experience of COVID-19 will be included to comprehensively understand the impact of the pandemic. If participants anticipate that such questions may be distressing, they are encouraged to consider whether or not this research project is suitable for them.
Important Note: This survey may take 20-30 minutes to complete in one sitting (responses cannot be saved as it is anonymous). In light of this, some people may prefer to complete the survey on their computer or to request a paper copy of the survey, rather than completing it on their mobile phone.
If you have any questions or concerns, or would like a paper copy of the survey, contact Carissa Roberts on +61 7 3365 7193 or email@example.com
Ready to participate? There are two options to complete the survey:
- Click or type this link into your web browser: https://exp.psy.uq.edu.au/mentalhealthcovid/
- Request a paper copy of the survey from firstname.lastname@example.org or contact on phone +61 7 3365 7193
This study has been approved by The University of Queensland Human Research Ethics Committee [Approval No. 2021/HE000405]
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