[Air-L] Grad Survey Methods Course Survey
cotten at uab.edu
Thu Oct 20 13:40:45 PDT 2011
October 20, 2011
Dear AoIR Colleagues,
You have been selected to participate in a web-based survey to assess the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) and how this use relates to stress and health among employed adults 19 and older. Your help in this study is important to help us understand how technology can positively or negatively affect the health and well-being of individuals who use technology in their jobs. The survey should only take you approximately 15-20 minutes to complete. Your participation is entirely voluntary; none of your responses can be traced back to you. The survey is being conducted by doctoral students in the Departments of Sociology and Health Services Administration and the School of Public Health as partial fulfillment of course requirements at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. We would greatly appreciate your taking the time necessary to complete the online survey.
It would also be helpful to the success of this study if you would consider FORWARDING THIS EMAIL TO OTHER PEOPLE IN YOUR SOCIAL NETWORKS so that they could potentially participate in this study. To take the survey, click on the link below.
If you have any questions regarding this survey, please feel free to contact us at uab.tech.work at gmail.com or contact the principal investigator, Shelia R. Cotten, Ph.D. at 205-934-8678.
If you have questions about your rights as a research participant, or concerns or complaints about the research, you may contact Ms. Denise H. Ball. Ms. Ball is the Interim Director of the Office of the Institutional Review Board for Human Use (OIRB) at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Ms. Ball may be reached at (205) 934-3789 or 1-800-822-8816. If calling the toll-free number, press the option for "all other calls" or for an operator/attendant and ask for extension 4-3789. Regular hours for the Office of the IRB are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CT, Monday through Friday. You may also call this number in the event the research staff cannot be reached or you wish to talk to someone else.
Thank you in advance for your help with this study.
Shelia R. Cotten and her Survey Research Methods Graduate Students
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Departments of Sociology and Health Services Administration and School of Public Health
Shelia R. Cotten, PhD
Department of Sociology
University of Alabama, Birmingham
460N Heritage Hall
1530 3rd Ave S.
Birmingham, AL 35294-1152
cotten at uab.edu
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