The McGill Mindfulness Research Lab is looking for individuals who currently engage in non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) to participate in a survey looking at the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on individuals who self-injure. The survey is only available in English. Participants will be i6nvited to enter two draws of 20 $100 Amazon.ca gift cards. Principal Investigator:Emma Schmelefske, MADepartment of Educational and Counselling PsychologyMcGill Mindfulness Research LabSupervisor:Bassam Khoury, PhDDepartment of Educational and Counselling Psychology
There are no direct benefits to your participation in this study; however, through your participation, we hope to understand the unique challenges individuals who self-injure may be facing during this time. Specifically, we hope that the knowledge gained from this study will help researchers and mental health professionals understand how to address the needs of people who self-injure during and after the pandemic. Results may be published in academic journals or presented at academic or clinical conferences.
Intentionally engaged in self-injury (e.g., cutting, burning, scratching) without wanting to die in the last 12 months
Must currently reside in Canada
REB File #: 20-05-051 McGill Research Ethics Board Office
Psychology, Health and Wellness, Investigational Medicine
Weekdays, Weeknights, Weekends, Overnight
45 minutes total, 1 session
Participants will be invited to enter two draws of 20 $100 Amazon.ca gift cards.
This study doesn't require any in-person visits. Complete it in the comfort of your own home!
You must be a resident in Canada, North America to join this study
Earn Other rewards