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STUDY BASICS

Are you the parent of a child ages 12-17 who has experienced cyberbullying in the past year? Does your child have parent or trusted adult who they have disclosed being cyberbullied to? Your child and their parent/trusted adult may be able to participate in a study to improve coping and reduce the mental health impacts of cyberbullying among adolescents. Compensation is provided.


IRB:
  STUDY20110347 - sIRB Development and Testing of imHere4U: An Online Suicide Prevention Intervention for Cyberbullied Adolescents

RESEARCH AREAS:
  Healthy Child, Remote Research

NO IN-PERSON VISITS REQUIRED
 
Age Range
AGE:   12-17

Duration DURATION:  Up to a year
VISITS:  Up to 4

Location LOCATION: 
By Phone or Video Call (Zoom)
Compensation COMPENSATION: 

YES

Phone Number PHONE NUMBER:
1-866-438-8230
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MEET THE RESEARCHER


Candice Biernesser

Candice Biernesser, PhD, LCSW, is a postdoctoral scholar and licensed clinical social worker at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Biernesser received her PhD from the Department of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health. Prior to and during her doctoral study she worked alongside her long-standing mentor, Dr. David Brent, and took a leadership role in his studies about the transmission of suicidal behavior in families and clinical trials focused on adolescent suicide prevention. As part of her work with Dr. Brent, she also co-invented the Brite app, a safety planning and emotion regulation smartphone app that aims to reduce suicidal risk among adolescents. Dr. Biernesser is a co-investigator of the Social Media Assessment of Risk in Teens (SMART) study and is also involved with the Upstander Junior project, which aims to develop an online cyberbullying prevention intervention.




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