Project ETHICS is looking for people to take our survey!
June 09, 2014
What do YOU think about adults with an intellectual disability being in research studies?
Project ETHICS need you to take a survey! The survey will ask your opinions on research with adults with an intellectual disability. Project ETHICS is a research study funded by the National Institutes of Health.
We want to learn what people think about research with adults with an intellectual disability. We hope to learn things that will help improve people’s lives down the road.
We are looking for people age 18 or older who live in the US to take the survey:
- Adults with an intellectual disability
- Family and friends of an adult with an intellectual disability
- Professionals who work with adults with an intellectual disability
- Researchers who study adults with an intellectual disability
- Members of Institutional Review Boards (IRBs)
People who take the survey will receive $40.
It may take 30 minutes to over 60 minutes to take the survey. You can take the survey:
- by postal mail
- over the telephone
- in person (in the Syracuse area)
It is your choice if you want to take the survey. To find out more or take the survey, contact us:
Please share this information with others who might be interested.
Thank you – we look forward to hearing from you!
Katherine (Katie) McDonald, Ph.D., Principal Investigator
Colleen Gibbons, Ph.D., Project Manager
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