Welcome to the Stigma Research Project Management Site.
How It Works
You are invited to participate in a study of Stigma and Mental Health Seeking Behaviours
The purpose of this study is to determine the relationship between measures of mental health stigma, self-efficacy in seeking mental healthcare, and locus of control for mental health, in a sample of undergraduate students.
Please be aware that this survey includes 67 questions and some demographic information. It should not take you more than approximately 30 minutes to complete.
Before you agree to participate in this study, please be sure that you have reviewed the BACKGROUND INFORMATION SHEET which you can access by clicking on this button.
After reading through the BACKGROUND INFORMATION SHEET you can be a participant in this study by completing the survey that is accessible at the bottom of this page.
Contact the Research Team
This research protocol has been reviewed by the Ethics Review Board of the University of Prince Edward Island. We are happy to answer any questions you might have about this project. Please contact one of our research team members, at the information below, or if you want to talk about this study with a University Official please contact:
For questions about this research please contact:
- Joy Knight, UPEI Research Services
email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nora McCarthy (Graduate Student--Principal Investigator)
Dr. William Montelpare (Professor--Research Supervisor)
Please click the word SURVEY below to complete the survey.
CLICK for SURVEY