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Call for research participants. [Aug. 27th, 2009|08:08 am]

mercurychaos
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I just received this e-mail and am passing it on to anyone who's interested. Relevant portion is bolded for emphasis.

Hello,

If you are receiving this email, that means you completed my online research survey and indicated that you wished to be informed of any further research studies I would be conducting.

Thanks to your participation, I was able to bring research posters to the WPATH conference in Norway (and talk to Dr. Zucker about gay and bi FTMs) and to the APA conference in Toronto this summer. Together, we are making a difference. I will be working on publishing those results this year and will send you the finished product, unless you email me indicating that you do not want to see the results. The most important finding was that gay and bisexual/queer FTMs reported lower general health quality of life than heterosexual FTMs, more on this after publication.

The next study I am conducting is for those FTMs who have either not yet started T or have been on T for less than one month, you must be planning to be on T within the next year for at least one year. I will send you packets 3 times over a one year period. Please watch the you tube video for more information. If you know anyone who might qualify (over 18) and be interested in participating, please forward this onto them.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ecs9hphpmBE

Thank you,
Stacey "Colt" Meier
University of Houston
Clinical Psychology
Doctoral Student
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For people in the UK. [May. 31st, 2009|10:54 am]

mercurychaos
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Please take a look at this. Spectrum London is doing a study on trans people and domestic violence in the UK, so if you're trans and live in the UK please fill out the survey - if you're not but know someone who does, please pass it along to them.
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