Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Test subjects needed to help fine-tune Bi Men's Health study

Passing along this message looking for non-monosexual men to help with this study.
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Hi,

Our research team is currently looking for volunteers, specifically self-identified men, to pilot test our online survey and leave us feedback. This study, named “Bisexual Identity: Implications for Mental and Sexual Health”, will attempt to better understand the unique experiences of men who are attracted to more than one sex and/or gender. This may include men who identify as bisexual, two-spirited, pansexual, fluid, queer, or who use other terms to describe their multi-gender attraction.

As some of you may know, this is an important topic considering there are almost no large studies exclusively about bisexual men. Participating in pilot testing involves completing a one-hour long online survey, either in English or in French. Responses obtained through pilot testing will not be used in the study; they will be used to help us improve the survey before its launch.

If interested, please contact the Project Coordinator through e-mail (marianne.lebreton@mcgill.ca) or phone call(514-398-4247). Pilot testing will run for two weeks only.

Thank you for your time!

Sincerely,
Dr. Nathan Smith, McGill University
Dr. Lori Ross, Center for Addiction and Mental Health
Dr. Jon Mohr, University of Maryland

This study has been reviewed by the Research Ethics Boards of McGill University (514-398-8302), the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (416-535-8501), and the University of Maryland (301-405-0678).