My name is Minwoong Chung. I am a research assistant for Dr. Jingbo Meng, who is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication, and Dr. Steve Rains, who is an Associate Professor from University of Arizona. Our research team is conducting a study about online communication and cancer and would greatly appreciate it if you would complete our survey. We would like to know more about your experiences.
Our survey takes about 30 minutes to complete. To participate, you must be (a) 18 years of age or older and (b) have been diagnosed by a medical doctor with cancer. We greatly appreciate your time and are happy to offer you a $5 Amazon gift card for completing the survey. At the end of the survey, you’ll be asked to submit an email address where we can mail the gift card. Given the limited research funding, we will give the monetary incentive to the first 200 participants who returned a complete survey. Then, we will close the online survey.
IMPORTANT: We are gathering additional data. If you have participated in this survey already, please do not sign up again.
If you meet these requirements and would like to participate, please click the link below. The study will be conducted online and the link will take you to the first webpage of the survey.
[Note: You may copy and paste the address directly into your web browser (i.e., Internet Explorer) to access the study.]
If you have any questions or concerns about the study, you may contact Dr. Meng at: email@example.com or Dr. Rains at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for your consideration!
Department of Communication
Michigan State University
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