Bisexuality and non-suicidal self-injury study

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yorkshirepysch
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Bisexuality and non-suicidal self-injury study

Post by yorkshirepysch » Sat Jul 11, 2020 12:39 am

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Hi folks, my name is Brendan and I'm a Trainee Clinical Psychologist conducting a research study into bisexuality and non suicidal self injury (the SIBL study - search us on Facebook or twitter!)

We are recruiting participants to take part in a short online survey once weekly for six weeks, on their experiences of self-injury urges, feelings of belonging, rumination, experiences of biphobia and self/esteem.

Here is the link to our video for you to watch to learn more about the study: https://youtu.be/Xgha8pznyI8).

If you'd like to find out more info then simply click the link below for one of the researchers to contact you to find out more about taking part! For each survey you complete you are entered into a £50 Amazon voucher prize draw. If you complete all six surveys, there’s a chance of winning £300! 🏳️‍🌈

To take part you must identify as bisexual, be aged 16-25, and have experienced non-suicidal self/injury thoughts/urges/behaviour in the last 6 months.

If you have any questions you can email us at: sibl@manchester.ac.uk

Link to consent to contact form: http://man.ac.uk/9YjBjj 

This study has been approved by the University of Manchester Research Ethics Committee 3. This research is supervised by Dr Peter Taylor. This study is completely online so our ethical approval covers us to recruit through online forums/social media pages/online support groups etc.

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