Women 18-45 asked to respond to Research Scholars project survey: Did COVID-19 affect women's reproductive health?
Wayne State Doctor of Pharmacy Research Scholar Karli Pelaccio (P3) and Professor of Pharmacy Practice Mary Beth O'Connell are principal investigators on a research study exploring sexual health and behaviors, and contraception use and access during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The team is seeking survey responses from women 18-45 years old living in Michigan about the impact COVID has had on sexuality and birth control.
At the end of the survey, participants can enter a raffle for one of five $100 gift cards. The team is aiming to get 1,500-2,000 responses by June 30, 2021.
Everyone is encouraged to share the survey link https://waynestate.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4OyJqVA67rGtFSS and/or QR code with your Michigan female friends and family who are 18-45 years old.
Co-investigators are Wayne State Professor of Sociology and Associate Dean in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Heather Dillaway and Ferris State University Professor of Pharmaceutical Science David Bright.
Please email Dr. O’Connell with any questions.