Researcher is looking for youth (ages 12-17) who have been diagnosed with celiac disease to participate in an online study
You can help support some innovative new research to help our community! Dr. Justine Dowd, a researcher at the University of British Columbia, is looking at behavior and celiac disease, including social pressures and adherence to the gluten-free diet. This research is funded by the Canadian Celiac Association.
Justine is looking for youth (ages 12-17) who have been diagnosed with celiac disease to participate in this online study. Individuals do not have to follow a strict gluten-free diet to participate in this study, but they must be diagnosed with celiac disease.
This is all online; no need to go anywhere apart from your computer desk!
Participation in this study will involve completing an online questionnaire at two time points (Time 1 [baseline], and Time 2 [1 month after baseline]. It will take participants less than 30 minutes to complete the questionnaires at each time point (60 minutes total). After completing the study participants will be entered into a draw for a 1 of 8 $50 Visa gift certificates.
For any questions or to participate, please email [email protected] with your age and the email address for the person (people) who would like to participate.