Research Study Invitation: Attitudes Towards Healthcare

Research Study Invitation

People’s attitudes toward health care vary widely.  These attitudes can help or stop a person from seeking help when they develop a health condition.  To better understand how people feel about healthcare, social scientists have developed a new questionnaire.  The purpose of this study is to test the accuracy of this new questionnaire.

You are invited to participate in this online survey research study, which has been reviewed by the University of Kentucky’s Office of Research Integrity.  This survey takes most people 9 to 15 minutes to complete.  Your participation will be completely anonymous.  You will have the option to enter a drawing for one of several $25.00 Gift Cards as a token of our appreciation.

To participate in or learn more about this survey study, please visit:

Thank you for considering this invitation!

Joseph H. Hammer, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology
University of Kentucky

Sean is the Editor of Mental Health Matters. His life changed in 1996 during a business trip to Southern California. After driving through the neighborhood where he grew up, he started recalling a series of traumatic events that eventually took over. After a four-month battle on his own to try and keep the memory buried, he finally sought help. During a series of voluntary stays in a local hospital, he was diagnosed with Depression and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. He has been active in individual therapy and group therapy during his recovering, and he continues to cope with the recalled memory of childhood sexual abuse. Sean continues to recover daily, and is proud to be a part of a site that helps others.


  1. Sarah Lund

    May 2, 2016 at 8:16 am

    I took part in this 🙂

    • Sean Bennick

      May 5, 2016 at 10:10 pm

      Wonderful, thank you Sarah!

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