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Sexual Studies: Call for Participants for LGBTQ Health Surveys

November 17, 2012

Every Saturday, The CSPH highlights news or recent research in the field of human sexuality. This week, we’re featuring some current online studies looking for participants!

The University of Minnesota is conducting a study on transgender sexual health to create more inclusive HIV prevention programs. Conducted by the University’s program in Human Sexuality, the study is currently seeking transgender individuals who have sex with non-transgender men. Participants will fill out a series of confidential online surveys on sexual health and pleasure, and will be compensated for their time. For more information, and to see if you qualify, click here.

Researchers at the University of Missouri- St. Louis’ Department of Psychology are running a study on the experiences of lesbian, gay, and bisexual individuals. They are hoping to look at the effects of discrimination on mental health in LGBTQ populations and enhance the knowledge of health and mental care providers. To read more and access the confidential survey, click here.


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