Community Action Research: An Opportunity to Create Change
Your voice is important to us! There are several opportunities for YOU to get involved in advancing research that will help us learn more about how COVID-19 and other health issues are impacting Jackson County — and how overall health can be improved. Please consider participating in a community health study of importance to you. Take a look at all of the research opportunities below, contact the research team, and sign up to today. Together, let’s do this for all of us and protect the health of Jackson County.
And, you will be compensated for your time for participating in any of these studies.
OHJC Health Beliefs and Behaviors Survey
A community-wide survey is being conducted at OHJC vaccination and health screenings events. This survey focuses on topics like: COVID-19 vaccination beliefs and behaviors, health screenings received, and health issues experienced by people in Jackson County.
Come out to an OHJC vaccination and screening event, and please consider taking the OHJC Health Beliefs and Behaviors Survey. Kansas City, MO residents age 12 and older can complete this survey.
You will be compensated for their time. For more information, please call 816-235-1091.
Please check out the wide range of other research studies that may be of interest to you below. Contact the research team and get involved.
Youth Exercise, Nutrition, and Vaccine Knowledge
Access KCTeen Program
COVID-19 and Long-term Health Impacts
Connecting People to Care Interviews
Helena Laroche, MD; firstname.lastname@example.org
Jordan Carlson, PhD; email@example.com
For more information, visit ActiveKC’s website https://www.ciparesearchteam.org/activekc
WeListen: AI-Assisted COVID-19 Vaccinations Communication and Promotion
30 to 60 minutes online focus groups via a smartphone app will be used to learn about attitudes and beliefs about COVID-19 vaccinations.
Yugyung Lee, Computer Science & Electrical Engineering, UMKC firstname.lastname@example.org (816-235-5932)
Ye Wang, Communication Studies, UMKC WanYe@umkc.edu
Erin Willis, Advertising, Public Relations and Media Design, University of Colorado Boulder, Erin.Willis@Colorado.EDU
Brent Never, Public Affairs, UMKCbrent.email@example.com