B/VI Participants needed for study on mental-health related outcomes

From the mailbag:

Blind and low-vision participants needed for research to study mental health related outcomes in individuals with physical disabilities

The University of Utah is currently conducting a study examining mental health-related outcomes in individuals with various physical disabilities. Participants will be asked to answer questions about different aspects of their disabilities, beliefs, and mental and physical health through online questionnaires and interviews with study personnel. Financial compensation in the form of $45 Amazon gift cards will be provided.

Participants have the option of completing the study at the University of Utah or remotely, using their personal devices with internet connection and phone. Certain accessibility software and equipment will be provided to those participating on the University of Utah campus so that individuals with various forms of physical disabilities can use our laptop computers

For more information about this study, or if you are interested in participating, please contact us at 801-213-1040 or physicaldisabilitystudy@gmail.com.

Thank you for your time,

Lauren R. Khazem, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Fellow, National Center for Veterans Studies

Department of Psychology

The University of Utah

Craig J. Bryan, PsyD, ABPP

Executive Director, National Center for Veterans Studies

Associate Professor, Department of Psychology

The University of Utah

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