Creative Behaviour, Male Chronic Illness, and Perceived Stress: An Exploratory Study
We have been contacted by a graduate student at the University of Saskatchewan, Tara Labuik, who is looking to learn more about the relationship between creative behaviour and stress in men with chronic illness.
A relationship between creative behaviour and stress in women with chronic illness has been discovered and she is interested in determining whether there is a similar relationship between creative behaviour and stress in men with chronic illness. Her research has been approved by the Research Ethics Board at the University of Saskatchewan and is in the data collection stage.
If you are a male who is 18 years or older and who was diagnosed with a chronic illness
at least 2 years ago
you are able to complete the survey. If you do not fit this description, please forward this posting on to any men for whom this survey might be relevant.
There are no known risks associated with participation in this study, and each participant’s responses will be kept confidential and anonymous. Participation is totally voluntary.
If you would like to complete the survey, please click on the link below (or cut-and-paste it into your web browser).
Completion time for the survey will vary from approximately 15-30 minutes depending on your experiences. You are urged to take the survey, even if you have not been involved in very many creative activities.
Your time and effort are greatly appreciated. Tara would be happy to answer any questions you have about this study. Please feel free to contact her at (306)966-5263 [email protected], or her research supervisor, Dr. Jennifer Nicol, at (306)966-5261 or [email protected] They would be happy to provide
more details about this study.