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Thank you for participating in the CWU Healthy Food and Drink survey. Although it is never possible to guarantee complete privacy with internet research, reasonable and appropriate safeguards have been used in creating this web-based survey to maximize the confidentiality and security of your responses. Please be sure to close your browser after completing the survey if you are on a public or shared computer.
What you should know about this survey!
Study Title: How CWU Eats and Drinks
Principal Investigator: Rebecca L. Pearson, Ph.D., Associate Professor, PESPH Dept, Central Washington University (Phone: 509-963-2493)
1. What you should know about this study:
· You are being asked to join a research study.
· This study is completely voluntary and you may stop at any time.
· All information you provide will be anonymous.
· Results will be shared at campus events later in the year.
2. Why is this research being done?
This study is a class project, designed to explore the CWU community's awareness of, attitudes toward, and consumption of healthy food and beverage choices. Uniquely, this survey is designed by students, who will also analyze and share the results.
3. Who can take part in this study?
All CWU students and employees are encouraged to take part.
4. What will happen if you join this study?
You will be asked to take a brief internet survey that will probably take you less than 10 minutes to complete. At the end you will be asked for an email address if you would like to enter to win a healthy food-related prize.
5. What are the risks or discomforts of the study?
A few questions may feel a little personal, but we do not anticipate any other risks.
Although with internet surveys there is no guarantee of privacy, safeguards have been used when creating this survey to protect your answers. To help protect your privacy, if you use a public or shared computer please make sure to close your browser window after taking the survey.
6. Are there benefits to being in the study?
You may think about food, your health and quality of life, and the healthy food options available to you in a different way after taking the survey, and you will know that you have contributed important information that may help CWU and others think about how to improve nutrition-related health.
7. What are your options if you do not want to be in the study?
The study is completely voluntary. If you do choose to participate you may stop at any time.
8. Will it cost you anything to be in this study?
9. Will you be paid if you join this study?
No. However, if you provide your CWU email address at the end of the survey, you will be entered in a drawing to win one of three great prizes. Your email will be kept completely separate from your survey responses.
10. Can you leave the study early?
Yes, you may stop answering questions at any time.
12. What information about you will be kept private and what information may be given out?
No information that could identify you will exist, other than your email address if you provide it to us. If you provide your email address, it will be removed from your survey responses before anyone sees them, and it will only be used to enter you in the gift card drawing. If you do stop taking the survey, we may decide to use the information you have already provided. All information we collect will be reported as group data only; no one will ever be able to identify you or even know that you took the survey.
13. What other things should you know about this research study?
a. What is the Human Subjects Review Committee (HSRC) and how does it protect you?
This study has been reviewed and approved by the CWU Human Subjects Review Committee. HSRC is made up of faculty from many different departments, ethicists, nurses, scientists, non‑scientists and people from the local community. The HSRC’s purpose is to review human research studies and to protect the rights and welfare of the people taking part in those studies. You may contact the HSRC if you have questions about your rights as a participant or if you think you have not been treated fairly. The HSRC office number is (509) 963-3115.
b. What should you do if you have questions about the study?
Call the principal investigator, Dr. Pearson at (509) 963-2493.
c. What should you do if you are injured or ill as a result of being in this study?
We do not expect any physical or emotional harm to occur related to this study. However, if you think you are hurt as a result of being in this study, please feel welcome to call the principal investigator, Dr. Pearson at (509) 963-2493.
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