SEDL and the Southwest ADA Center are seeking participants in a new research study:
Do you work in health care in Texas and have a colleague or supervise someone who has a disability? Or, are you a person with a disability who works in health care in Texas?
If so, researchers from SEDL would like to interview you about your work experiences.
You can participate in this study if you work with someone, or you yourself have or have had a back injury, depression or a history of cancer or past addiction to drugs or alcohol—any health condition or impairment that currently does or in the past made it a lot harder for you (or your co-worker) than for the average person to walk, lift, sit, stand, read, concentrate, learn, see, hear, speak, bathe or engage in other major life activities.
Participants will be compensated for their time. For more information: Please e-mail email@example.com or call 1-800-476-6861 and ask for Kathleen Murphy to make arrangements. More information about the study is available at http://www.sedl.org/new/pressrelease/20090421_172.html