Canadian Muslim Fathers Needed to Participate in Queen's University Health Behaviour StudyWritten by Chelby Daigle
Health behaviour studies are underway at Queen's University with the goal of helping Canadian youth live healthier lifestyles.
Researchers are looking for Canadian parent participants, but need help getting more Canadian Muslim parents, particularly Canadian Muslim dads, to participate.
Canadian parents' feedback will influence the development of health behaviour guidelines for children and youth in Canada.
Sign up to participate in the study here
Please note: these studies are open only to parents of 5-12 year old children, who are living in Canada; they are paying $10.00 per parent for each completed questionnaire per study
(ALL INFORMATION GATHERED IS CONFIDENTIAL! NO MAILING ADDRESS or PERSONAL INFORMATION IS REQUIRED but parents will have to provide their names and a valid email address.
More about the studies:Researchers are looking at (1) branding of organizations and products and the health behaviours they promote and (2) perceptions of the 24-hour movement behaviour guidelines for children and youth.
These studies have been approved by the Queen's University Research Ethics Board.
Why you should participate? Benefits: As a participant, you will be provided with the opportunity to learn more about the 24-hour movement behaviour guidelines for children and youth. As a parent, your feedback will be contributing to studies that have implications on future health promotion product brands. Your feedback will also influence the development of future health behaviour guidelines for children and youth in Canada. Lastly, we will pay you for your valued opinion so your opinion counts.