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Survey for Gluten-Free Adults Who Live with Other Adults


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Celiac.com 08/18/2017 - In a recent issue of Journal of Gluten Sensitivity, we announced a research study/survey for adults who are 18 or older and living the "gluten-free" lifestyle in a household with other adults over 18. Click here to read the Survey Overview Article.

The survey is a research study conducted by Jean Duane, PhD Student at the University of Denver. It will focus on family interactions when dealing with dietary restrictions, with the potential to increase family members' compliance. It will seek to gain insight on the perceived impact one adult's food restrictions cause in a household when cohabitating with other adults. This study has social significance because family unity in the future may rely on developing strategies for compliance to address this emerging social problem.

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Please consider participating in this survey if you are an adult living the gluten-free lifestyle who cohabitates with another adult who may or may not have food restrictions. Your responses will be kept confidential. The survey should take around 10 minutes to complete and a compilation of the results will be published in an upcoming issue of the Journal of Gluten Sensitivities on Celiac.com. As a "thank you" for participating in this survey, your name will be entered into a drawing. Four lucky winners will receive a $25 Amazon.com gift card.

If you are interested in participating in a more in-depth interview to discuss your coping strategies, successes and struggles, you will be prompted at the end of the survey to provide contact information. Jean Duane will contact you and schedule a mutually agreeable time for the interview.

To take the survey, please click here:

NOTE: SURVEY CLOSED AS OF 9/18/2017.

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Mark
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22 Aug 2017 2:39:07 AM PST
Pity this didn't want residents in another country (UK) as I would have completed the survey.

 
Muriel
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24 Aug 2017 5:43:02 PM PST
I agree with Mark - Canadians too would like to participate - we all want to help!!!!




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