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    This Great New Community Survey

    The Virginia Department of Health and the University of Virginia are collaborating on a survey that explores the health, wellness, and experience of transgender and gender non-conforming (TGNC) Virginians.

    Our goal is to use the results to enhance and expand services for TGNC people living in Virginia.

    This study uses a peer-referral recruitment method. You may receive an invitation to participate and will receive coupons to invite others to participate. This method allows us reach individuals who may otherwise not be reached in the study. Be on the lookout for a survey invitation that looks like this!

    Did you receive a survey invite? Click below to securely provide your contact information and invite number. A study team member will contact you to schedule a time to complete the study.

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    If you have any questions about the study please contact below:

    TGNCsurvey@virginia.edu

    1-855-488-2248

    IRB SBS #2018023800

    Principal Investigator: Dr. Karen Ingersoll, Faculty member, Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences at the University of Virginia

                

     

    NOW RECRUITING! SHUTi OASIS: Sleep Healthy Using the Internet for Older Adult Sufferers of Insomnia and Sleeplessness

    Sleep Healthy Using the Internet for Older Adult Sufferers of Insomnia and Sleeplessness

    Adults with insomnia ages 55 or older are needed for a National Institute on Aging research trial being conducted through the University of Virginia School of Medicine.  The online, confidential research study is testing whether an intervention delivered via the Internet is an effective way to improve sleep in adults with insomnia. The intervention (website) is easy to use, and technical support is provided throughout the study.

    This University of Virginia research trial is funded by the National Institute on Aging. Participants will use the Internet program for about 9 weeks, and complete online assessments (questionnaires and sleep diaries) four different times during a 12 month period.  Participants receive free access to the Internet program and up to $200 in gift certificates for completion of study assessments.  To learn more, go to http://www.SHUTiOASIS.org or call toll free 1-855-GO-SHUTi (1-855-467-4884).

    IRB-SBS #2017-0089-00 NCT #03213132

 

 

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