HEAP Georgia is looking for adults of 18 or older who have Asian American heritage and are living in the state of Georgia. The survey will be about 10-15 minutes and includes demographic questions, behavioral changes, social and economic impact of the pandemic, and attitudes towards the COVID-19 vaccine. Survey Link:
The shooting in Atlanta in March was an urgent reminder that Asian Americans in the country and in the State of Georgia have not only suffered from the physical and mental health consequences of the pandemic, but also increasingly been victims of hate crimes since the start of the pandemic. Identifying the area and extent of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is critical to mitigating the impact of COVID-19 pandemic and reducing health disparities experienced by Asian Americans in Georgia.
HEAP Georgia Study has been approved by the University of Georgia Institutional Review Board. Participation is voluntary. Refusal or withdrawing will not affect you. Responses to the survey may help us understand the health needs among Asian Americans in Georgia.
If you have questions about this research, please feel free to contact Dr. Adam Chen, Associate Professor of Health Policy and Management at email@example.com or the research assistant for this project, Ms. Diana Nguyen, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your assistance.
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