Tell us your story! This study wants to share perspectives from high schoolers who have had unexpected health events. We want to know what you think about your participation in daily life activities and routines after you have returned home from the hospital.
Are you in therapy? While therapy is going on, people may feel many ways about their therapist - sometimes happy with their therapist, sometimes mad at their therapist, sometimes other feelings. We are conducting a study to validate two questionnaires aimed at measuring how people feel about their therapists and their relationship with them during their psychotherapy sessions. You may qualify if you are over 18 years old, fluent in English, and under psychotherapy treatment. If you decide to participate in this, you will be asked to rate your feelings related to your last session with your therapist and the week preceding it. By joining this study, you will help us validate two evidence-based questionnaires for assessing how patients feel during a therapy session. In addition, filling out it may be a chance for you to further reflect on both your feelings toward the therapeutic relationship and your psychotherapist. This
We study how the immune system protects against viruses and bacteria without causing excessive harm to organs like the lungs, heart, and kidneys. We need a small amount of blood to study how immune cells ("white blood cells") turn on important proteins when they sense a bacteria or virus nearby.
Do you have a child, aged 6 months to 17 years of age, who is planning on receiving the COVID-19 vaccine? We are currently conducting a clinical research study to learn about how the levels of PFAS "forever chemicals" in your child's blood impact their immune system response to the COVID-19 vaccine. Compensation provided.
In this study, we will follow people who were diagnosed with COVID-19 for the next 18 months. By joining, you will help researchers learn more about the factors that affect symptoms, re-infection, and long COVID-19. Participants who live close to Chapel Hill may be able to take part in an additional study that includes nose swabs and blood draws.
The purpose of this research study is to identify changes in the language during the COVID-19 pandemic in population with or without a history of trauma.
The OBS-C study is an observational study that is enrolling participants that test positive AND negative to COVID-19. This study is analyzing multiple aspects of COVID-19 in people that TEST POSITIVE, including but not limited to the epidemiology and risk factors associated with SARS-CoV-2 infection, how the disease affects someone's immune system, and the various symptoms and ways the illness is displayed in the body. The study would also like to enroll a few people that TEST NEGATIVE, but have symptoms of a respiratory illness, in order to determine the reliability of the test.
The purpose of this study is to learn more about the safety and effectiveness of an oral antiviral treatment for children with COVID infection who are at risk of severe disease.
The purpose of this study is to understand the perspectives of middle schoolers as they have navigated schooling during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Have you been infected with COVID-19? Are you a solid organ transplant recipient? Have you or your child received a COVID-19 vaccine or are planning to receive one? If so, you may be eligible to participate in a research study that will assess your immune response to COVID-19 infection or vaccination over a 5 year period. We are looking for children and adults aged 7-95 years, and plan to collect blood every 2-6 months over the study period. (Compensation provided for the first year).
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