Posted December 16, 2020 in News Items
Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods at Case Western Reserve University is looking for residents in the following neighborhoods to participate in a study about COVID-specific risks and prevention in Cleveland:
- Old Brooklyn
- Slavic Village
- West Park
They are looking for a mix of individuals - younger adults, older adults, essential workers, people with chronic diseases, etc.
Ways to Participate
- Sentinel Reporter: Provide bi-monthly "check-ins" on what is happening in your neighborhood with regard to COVID. You will complete a 5 minute survey every other week for 6 months.
- Geo-Narrative: Meet virtually (requires a computer) with a researcher to narrate a pre-recorded virtual driving tour through your neighborhood.
- Phone Interview: Complete phone interview with researcher about your experience navigating this pandemic
- Must be an adult resident (18+) of one of our eight target neighborhoods (Buckeye-Shaker, Clark-Fulton, Euclid, Glenville, Old Brooklyn, Parma, Slavic Village)
- Must have access to a phone, tablet, or computer for data collection
- Must be observant and immersed in their neighborhood, meaning they have a good sense of the goings on of businesses and residents
Interested in Paricipating?
Contact the project coordinator:
You will be contacted by a member of our study team to give you information about the study and determine if you are a good fit.
All participants will be compensated for their time and provided a report at the end of the study, outlining what we learned together.