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Title: The impact of Ethnicity and Immigrant Generation
We are conducting an online study that is exploring the impact of immigrant generation and ethnicity on mental health stigma and level of trust in mental health services. Previous research has consistently found minoritised ethnic groups tend to hold a higher level of mental health stigma compared to their White counterparts. This study is interested in exploring the role generation may play in this relationship.
You are invited to complete an online survey that will take about 15 minutes. You can take part if you:
- Identify as White British, Polish British/Polish, British South Asian/South Asian (Bangladeshi, Indian, or Pakistani
- (Only Polish/South Asian) Identify as a first or second generation immigrant
- Are aged 18 years or above
- Are able to read and write in English
For more information and to take part in the online survey, please follow this link:
For more information about the study or if you would like to speak to someone, please contact Syeda Akther: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can you help us to better understand generalised anxiety and OCD?
We are a team of researchers at the University of Oxford who are interested in better understanding generalised anxiety (GAD) and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). We are interested in hearing from people who identify as either having GAD or OCD, and those without current experiences of significant anxiety. We are hoping to develop a deeper understanding of factors that may contribute to distress in these conditions, with the hope of tailoring and improving psychological treatments for these individuals.
If you feel you can help us, or you know someone who might be interested in supporting our research, please read our participant information sheet (see document below), and the poster (see document below) can also be distributed to anyone who may wish to take part.
The study involves a short telephone interview with the lead researcher, Dr Eloise Stark, followed by filling in an online questionnaire.
If you have any questions or would like to participate, please email Eloise Stark to set up a telephone interview at email@example.com
The two documents to add to the page in addition to the text are:
Participant Information Sheet
The following information will be available on the Oxford Institute of Clinical Psychology Training and Research on this page, where current examples are available: https://oxicptr.web.ox.ac.uk/help-our-research#collapse3807501
Psychological Factors in Chronic Pain
We are conducting an online study exploring the similarities and differences in chronic pain and fibromyalgia, compared with people who do not live with chronic pain. No previous research has explored this, and we hope that the results of the study will help improve our understanding of chronic pain.
You are invited to take part in an online survey that will take about 30 minutes. You can take part if:
- You are working with or on the waiting list for either the Integrated Pain and Spinal Services
- You are aged 18 years or above
- You are able to read English
If you live with chronic pain, here’s the link to the questionnaire: [LINK]
If you do not live with chronic pain, here’s the link to the questionnaire: [LINK]
For more information, or would like to speak to somebody about the study, please contact Holly.Risdon@hmc.ox.ac.uk
You can download the information sheet and debrief sheet here: