Study Comparing Transgender Youth Life Experiences and Access to Care in the United States and the Netherlands Participants PLEASE CLICK THE ABOVE PDF FOR FULL INFORMATION
Needed: Transgender and Gender Nonbinary Youth and their Parents/Caregivers What are the goals of this study? Children’s National Hospital (Washington DC) and VU University Medical Center (Amsterdam, the Netherlands) are studying transgender youth life and care experiences in the United States as compared to the Netherlands (a country in Europe). The aim of this research is to understand which gender-related policies and practices most influence the wellbeing of transgender youth in each country. The study is funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Evidence for Action Program. The United States part of the study is led by Principal Investigator, John Strang (he/him, they/them), PsyD, Research Director for the Gender Development Program.
If you are between the ages of 13-18, identify outside of the gender binary, and study French or Spanish in a U.S. high school, you may be eligible to participate in a compensated research project about gender and language learning. Click here for more info: http://www.tinyurl.com/nbla2022 Please share to spread the word!
Participants in the survey will enter into a drawing for a gift card, and if students are eligible for the Non-Binary Language Alliance (NBLA) online community starting this January, they can be compensated up to $75 for their participation. The study has been approved by the UMass Boston Institutional Review Board and I'm happy to share any other information that would be useful to you. You can reach me at email@example.com or by phone or text at (603) 475-0919.
Q-PAL Study Invitation and Information: Do you have an LGBTQ+ parent or are you an LGBTQ+ parent?
Hello! The Families, Adoption, and Diversity (FAD) Lab at the University of Kentucky is recruiting for a research study about the lived experiences of LGBTQ+ parent families, funded by theWilliam T. Grant Foundation and theSociety for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. We are asking LGBTQ+ parents and their adolescent children to take part in survey-based research. If you are 12-18 years old and have at least one LGBTQ+ parent, or if you are an LGBTQ+ parent with a child aged 12-18, you and your family may be eligible to participate. Compensation will be provided. Additionally, we hope the findings can inform policy, practice, and future research to support LGBTQ+ parent families. If you are under age 18, please have your parent contact us. If you have any questions or would like more information, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org. Followthis link to sign up!
Good day! I'm a graduate student at the University of Arizona, enrolled in a course that focuses on students with disabilities. For our final paper, we have been asked to write about an intersectional issue related to SPED students and I chose LGBTQIA+ rights because I am trans and Deaf myself. As part of that, we're asked to interview community members, educators, parents, and students to get an understanding of current narratives and experiences. Specific to this group, I'm looking for parents of LGBTQIA+ students who also have a disability of some type (physical, intellectual, learning, etc) -- primarily in the K-12 grade band but college age may also work. The professor did not put any constraint on the type of disability, so it's really open to all as a broad review of what education looks like for diverse students. The "interview" would be over email with some guiding questions to get an understanding of the parents' experiences and perspectives on what is happening with their disabled and LGBTQIA+ children -- parents are welcome to add any other information they feel is relevant. While I am required to provide a summary of each interview, I am not required to share any interview materials and all information (in the paper itself, summaries, etc) will be anonymous. There is a bit of time pressure as the semester will end in mid-December but the paper has to be turned in before that so the sooner I can complete interviews, the better. Anyone who is interested and wants to respond to the interview questions, or wants to email me to ask for more information before deciding, can email me at email@example.com
Greetings, My name is Olivia Hucks and I am the community outreach coordinator for Project PASSION, which is a research project led by Dr. Dominic Parrott at Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA. The project is funded by the National Institutes of Health. Given the aims of PFLAG Tacoma, I think you would be interested in learning about this project.
We know that when people have healthy intimate relationships, their overall mental and physical health is good as well. Our primary goal is to conduct research that gives back to the LGBTQ+ community. Indeed, we hope that this information can be used to develop culturally-sensitive recommendations and programs to promote healthy intimate relationships for LGBTQ+ people.
Thus, in our project, we want to learn more about what can lead to healthy, and unhealthy, intimate relationships for LGBTQ+ people. Our project focuses on factors that lead to negative health outcomes as well as factors that promote resilience. We are seeking participants for a study that is completed entirely online.
Who is a good fit for the study? The study may be a good fit someone if: ·They and their partner are both 21 years or older ·They identify as LGBTQ+ and are in a relationship ·They currently drink alcohol (i.e., they are not in recovery) ·People of all genders and sexual orientations are welcome What would happen if someone enrolls in the study?We invite all interested people to call or visit our webpage to learn more (see contact information below). Each partner will earn a minimum of $40 for completing questionnaires and meeting with our research staff a video call (2 hours). Each partner can also earn up to an additional $145 for completing all online surveys (Study 2). Our team is very excited about this project. We believe that it can provide much needed data that will ultimately help to promote healthier intimate relationships for LGBTQ+ people, which again is one of the most important predictors of a person’s general physical and mental health.