To learn more communication preferences of UNC philanthropists
The purpose of this study is to understand the intersection of faith or religion and volunteer associations, specifically refugee integration organizations. This study seeks to understand the motivations of participation in faith-based humanitarian organizations and the effects of particpation on both attitudes towards the recipient group and the volunteer's relationship with faith or religion. The findings of this study will be relevant for organizations that seek to improve recruitment or retention of volunteers for humanitarian causes.
The purpose of this study is to understand variation in attitudes towards refugee admission policy in the United States. The findings of this study will expand scientific knowledge of attitude formation across individuals with different social and political characteristics. It will also be useful in aiding policy makers, non-profit organizations, and other stakeholders as they consider the ways in which they discuss refugees and refugee policy.
The purpose of the study is to survey patients to obtain feedback on their experience with pain control and recovery following cesarean delivery.
Researchers often conduct studies on political advertising to understand how ads impact people's vote choice and their favorability of candidates. However, many political ads are not designed to impact vote choice or change perceptions of a candidate. Instead, campaigns use them to raise money or collect people's email addresses to send them messages later. This study seeks to understand if the effects of political ads have along these different lines are related to each other or not.
The purpose of this study is to examine what effects implementing an electronic quality management system in a capstone medical device design course might have on student understanding of regulatory and quality systems in the medical devices industry.
This study will examine youth perceptions of e-cigarette prevention messages. The study objectives are to identify the characteristics of e-cigarette prevention messages that adolescents find the most effective in discouraging e-cigarette use. This study will also look at how the coronavirus pandemic has affected their beliefs about e-cigarettes and vaping.
This is a public opinion poll on how North Carolinians used their COVID stimulus checks and their attitudes toward the stimulus package.
The purpose of this study is to gain an understanding of patient's access to physical therapy services and to understand potential barriers to rehabilitation services from both the patient and therapist perspectives.
We are conducting a cross sectional study to survey pediatricians and family medicine physicians about their experience delivering primary care visits, and specifically vaccines, to children and adolescent during the Covid-19 pandemic.