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Participants Wanted To Trial A New Alcohol Program Culturally Tailored For Same-Sex Attracted Women

Deakin University invites you to join this study.


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Are you a same-sex attracted woman who wants to reduce your alcohol use? Are you reluctant to ask for help because you have had negative experiences with health services in the past or do not know of any alcohol services tailored to women who are same-sex attracted? If this sounds like you, Deakin University invites you to join this study.

 

As part of her PhD under the supervision of Dr Rhonda Brown, Associate Professor Ruth McNair, Associate Professor Petra Staiger, and Professor Dan Lubman, Rachel Bush has developed a set of messages using input from women in the community to help same-sex attracted women reduce alcohol use as well as improve well-being in general. These messages will be sent via SMS across four weeks.

 

Who is it for?
This program is for same-sex attracted women aged 18 years or older. This includes lesbian, bisexual, queer, and gender diverse women.

 

How do you get involved?
If you would like to participate in this study, complete the survey following the link below and if you are eligible, you will start receiving the tailored SMS program. Once you enter the study, you will go into a draw to win one of two $50 gift cards!

 

Click HERE for the Survey.

 

For more information
If you would like more information on this research project, contact Rachel Bush rbus@deakin.edu.au or go straight to the survey.

 

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