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Recruiting COVID, Steroids and Training Study

Zoob1234

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Hi guys,

I am currently recruiting participants for some research I am conducting as part of my PhD at the University of Birmingham, England. I am investigating factors influencing training and anabolic steroid use with strength-training communities, including COVID-19. This research is part of the work of our research group looking to arrange educational workshops for – and inform the practice of – harm reduction services.


The study involves completing an anonymous survey four times over an 18-month period. If you are male, have used anabolic steroids during the last 12 months, at least 18 years old, and would like to participate, please click on the link below to read more about the study, and if still interested, complete the first survey. By taking part you will be entered into a prize draw where you can win a £100, £50 or a £25 Amazon voucher.



https://lime.bham.ac.uk/index.php?r=survey/index&sid=124769&lang=en



Feel free to DM me if you have any questions.



Cheers.
 
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OpiateKiller

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So this research is in correlation to harm reduction of using Anabolic Steroids?

And may I ask how long each survey will be about?
 

Zoob1234

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Yeah, we are hoping that we can use this data to provide services more specific to the needs of steroid users. By sharing what we find in this study with needle and syringe programs and harm reduction services, we hope to educate them and aid in keeping them up to date with all the information coming out of image and performance enhancing drug research.

My research group hosted a image and performance enhancing drug workshop to harm reduction services and other academic researchers last year at the University of Birmingham, using data the research group has gathered so far from our university and others such as New South Wales University and Teeside University. We had current and past users come in and provide their stories and present issues with current harm reduction services. So hopefully with the information we gather from this study and others, we can make this a regular and up to date event.

Each survey should take no longer than 10 minutes. The first survey is slightly longer than the other three, so the later surveys will be much faster to complete :)
 

Zoob1234

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If there is anything you'd like to see more or less of from harm reduction or support services please let me know, as my research group is putting together an interview schedule for another study aimed at harm reduction services.
 
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