ADAPT STUDY: How Adolescents Deal with and Adjust to Pandemic restrictions
About the study:
A team of psychologists at NUI, Galway and Trinity College Dublin are keen to understand how the COVID-19 pandemic and the various restrictions that are in place, are impacting on the lives of teenagers and how they have impacted on the wellbeing of teenagers.
What is involved?
Teenagers are invited to take part in 3 short surveys over the next 12 months. You need to either be in attendance at secondary school or between the ages of 12-18 years. If you would like to take part, please discuss this with your parent/guardian. Your parent or
guardian needs to complete a consent form.
Where can I find the Parent/Guardian Consent form:
Information for parents/guardians is available here. This website also contains a link to the parent consent form:
How do I complete the survey?
Parents/guardians provide an email address for you, as part of their consent form. Then we ask you to keep an eye on your email, as we will send you a link to our survey by email. You will also need to fill out a form which tells us whether you want to take part or not.
For further information see our website: https://www.adaptresearchstudy.com/home
Information for teenagers can be found here: https://www.adaptresearchstudy.com/studyinformation/information-for-teenagers
Dr. Caroline Heary, from the National University of Ireland is the study lead if you wish to contact her (caroline.heary@nuigalway).
We are also on social media: @adaptresearchstudy (Instagram) and https://www.facebook.com/adaptresearchstudy/ if you wish to follow us.
Thank you for reading this and please consider getting involved and sharing your experience.