Johns Hopkins Disability-Led Research Study on the COVID-19 Response

Publication Date: 
Sep 8 2020

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Disability-Led Research Study on the COVID-19 Response

The Johns Hopkins Disability Health Research Center is conducting a disability-led qualitative study to inform COVID-19 policy for the disability community. They are looking to recruit disabled people to participate in a research study of virtual focus groups discussing healthcare, accessibility and employment-related gaps in the COVID-19 response. See below for the study announcement, including information on how to participate and contact information.

 

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Johns Hopkins University Disability Health Research Center

Interested in advising the future of the COVID-19 response for the disability community?

We are recruiting people with disabilities to participate in a research study of virtual focus groups discussing healthcare, accessibility, and employment-related gaps in the COVID-19 (coronavirus) response for the disability community.

Adults with all types of disabilities can fill out the interest form at tinyurl.com/disabilityhealth or by following the QR code above.

Principal Investigator: Dr. Bonnielin Swenor, IRB# 00249078 contact sepstei7@jhu.edu with questions.

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