Youth Culture and Psychosis Survey
The Early Psychosis Peer Recovery Network (EPPRN) research committee, in partnership with the University of British Columbia, is conducting a survey to better understand psychosis in the context of young people’s lives, including their culture, communities and relationships. This survey is open to young people of all backgrounds and identities who:
- Live in BC
- Are between the age of 16 to 30
- Self-identify as ever having the experience of hearing voices, seeing visions, having other unique perceptions or beliefs, and/or experiencing psychosis, either currently or at some point in the past
The survey will take about 20 minutes. By participating in the survey, you will have the chance to enter a raffle for one of five (5) $100 gift cards.
To participate in the survey, CLICK HERE, or see the link and QR code on the attached flyer. For more information, please contact the Study Lead, Shelly Ben-David (firstname.lastname@example.org), or the Study Coordinator, Melissa Campos (email@example.com).
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