We are conducting a research study of UNC community members' preferences for ideas to enhance safety and wellbeing among UNC community members during the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of this study is to help researchers understand which strategies the UNC community would prefer to see implemented as the 2020-2021 school year proceeds.
We are doing this study to learn about the experiences of patients who have visited their primary care doctor (UNC Health affiliated clinics/providers) during the COVID-19 pandemic. With the increase in telehealth visits during the pandemic, we want to learn about your experiences! UNC-CH is a partner site for this research with Weill Cornell University. A screened participant list will be sent to Weill-Cornell (primary site) to schedule and initiate interviews.
To determine the interest in specific psychological services and resources for parents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The purpose of this research study is to examine (via focus groups) the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the social, academic and housing experiences of students at a large university in the Southeastern United States.
In this study, we want to learn whether blood vessels change in people who have had COVID-19.
To understand the current health and well-being of athletes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The UNC Engage Study wants to make it easier for residents and families to get involved in their assisted living care, by developing a toolkit to address common concerns and safety issues. The toolkit will be designed for providers and consumers to use; tailored to meet the needs of residents and families in assisted living communities.
The purpose of this study is to understand more about the experiences of women who have been deemed "essential workers" during this COVID-19 pandemic.
The purpose of the study is to collect blood from asymptomatic individuals to screen for antibodies for SARS-CoV2 , which is the virus that causes the COVID-19 illness. We would like to see how many people may have been exposed to the virus but who do not have symptoms of the illness. If there are enough tests available, we may ask you to allow us to also do a nasal or oral swab to test for COVID-19. This study is being done at the following clinics: UNC Family Medicine Center (Chapel Hill), UNC Family Medicine (Wakefield), UNC Women's Health at Eden, UNC Family Medicine Southpoint, UNC Internal Medicine Goldsboro, UNC Family Medicine Airport Road (Kinston), North Chatham Pediatrics and Internal Medicine, UNC Specialty Care Sanford, UNC Family Medicine- Mebane, and UNC Family Medicine- Clayton. Ask your provider about participating or contact Martha Almond (information below)
While platforms market gig work as an opportunity for entrepreneurship and as a fall-back option during periods of unemployment, the current coronavirus pandemic -- and the importance of social distancing -- suggests that gig employment might not be a solution during times of national crisis. This mixed methods research project will utilize in-depth interviews and demographic surveys (conducted remotely) with up to 100 gig workers in NYC affiliated to examine how workers are experiencing the virus and how it is impacting their lives and livelihoods.
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