McMaster Mental Health Services Study

| May 26, 2020
Submitted by Melanie Pulling

Important Notice

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As part of her research for her PhD program in Business Administration at McMaster, Mojan Naisani Samani, is conducting a study on perceptions, attitudes, and knowledge of mental health services at McMaster University.

If you are interested in taking part in this study please read on or contact Mojan directly at 905-525-9140 Ext: 27275 or naisanim@mcmaster.ca.

The questionnaire will take approximately 30 minutes and is completed online at your convenience. Mojan hopes to learn the attitudes, knowledge, perceptions, and experiences students like you have had with mental health at McMaster University, and more generally. Participation in this study will not affect your status or any services you receive here at McMaster University.

You can stop being in the study at any time during the questionnaire or not answer questions but can still participate in the questionnaire. Full details about this study can be found in the Letter of Information.

Complete the survey by clicking here

This study has been reviewed and cleared by the McMaster Research Ethics Board. If you have questions or concerns about your rights as a participant or about the way the study is being conducted you may contact:
McMaster Research Ethics Board Secretariat
(905) 525-9140 ext. 23142
Gilmour Hall – Room 305 (ROADS)
ethicsoffice@mcmaster.ca

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