Sweat Chloride and ADHD Medications Study – Children Aged 5-17
Are you the parent of a child ages 5-17 who is currently taking prescription medication for attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)? If so, your child may be able to participate in a 1-visit research study to help find out if children who take ADHD medications have elevated salt levels in their sweat (called sweat chloride levels). Compensation provided and parking will be validated.
ACT Against Online Negativity Study
Are you the parent of a child ages 12-17 who has experienced negative online social interactions (e.g., mean comments, exclusion, or bullying online) in the past year and suicidal thoughts or behavior in their lifetime? Your child may be able to participate in a study to help develop an intervention to reduce negativity in online spaces and prevent suicide risk. Compensation is provided.
EASY Research Study – Children Aged 12-17
Are you the parent of a 12-17 year old who has recently accessed emergency or crisis services for a behavioral health issue? If so, you and your child may be able to take part in a research study to help better understand how to assess mood, behaviors, and suicide risk in young people. This study involves four online or phone sessions over about one year. Compensation is provided.