Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center Project:
Help researchers at Boston University understand how chronic stress and social support impact memory. If you are over the age of 65 and speak Spanish and / or English, you may be eligible to participate and will receive a $50 gift card for your participation.
Only 1 study visit is required, involving paper-and-pencil or computerized tasks, questionnaires, and a hair sample collection.
Complete our survey to see if you qualify: https://redcap.link/stressBU
Please call (617) 358-4584 or email email@example.com for more information.
Ayude a los investigadores de Boston University entender cómo el estrés crónico y el apoyo social afectan su memoria. Si es mayor de 65 años y habla español y/o inglés podría calificar para participar, y recibirá una tarjeta de obsequio de $50 por su participación.
Solo tendrá que acudir a 1 visita del estudio, en la que habrá tareas y cuestionarios para completar con lápiz y papel o con computadora y una toma de muestra de cabello.
Complete nuestra encuesta para ver si califica: https://redcap.link/stressBU
Si desea más información, llame al (617) 358-4584 o envíe un correo electrónico a firstname.lastname@example.org.
Electroconvulsive Therapy Family Experiences Study:
- Do you have a family member who has had electroconvulsive therapy?
- We would like to hear about your experiences!
- For more information: ECT Flyer and ECT Brochure
Depression in kids…
- Makes it difficult for children to achieve their potential
- Makes it challenging to have fulfilling relationships
- Often continues throughout childhood and into adulthood.
- IS TREATABLE!
This project is testing two therapeutic approaches based on other successful treatments for children with depression.
- One program focuses on individual therapy in which the child will work one-on-one with a therapist. The goal is to provide emotional support and to encourage healthy behavior and coping.
- The other program focuses on working with the family to help the child and parents work together to solve problems. The goal is to strengthen the child’s coping and teach the family how best to encourage their child’s healthy behavior.
What we offer:
- A brief treatment for children focused on improving the child’s ability to cope with distress and increasing positive mood
- Payments following completion of each of 3 interviews
SOS Study “Find a study”: clinicaltrials.gov