Research Project

Jessica Barlow, a master’s student at the University of Bath, is currently researching the effect of ambiguous loss on parents of gender diverse children.  If you are a such a parent, please take time to read this post and take part in this research.

Do you have a gender diverse child who is currently seeking to transition their gender?

If so, this study may be of interest to you. This study intends to examine how having a gender diverse child can influence the relationship between you and your child, as well as yourself as a parent/carer. If you are interested in taking part in this research project please click the link below.

By partaking in this study, you will help further the research into families of gender diverse children, as well as helping the lead researcher with their dissertation. If you are also willing to share this project with other parents/carers of a gender diverse child, are over 18 and speak English it would be appreciated.

If you choose to take part you will be shown an online participant information sheet which contains more information about the study and asked to give your consent to continue. This study will only take 20 minutes and you are free to withdraw at any point before completion.

https://bathpsychology.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9GlarGorusoWyOh

If you would like to find out more and take part in this project please contact the lead researcher at the following email address: jrb200@bath.ac.uk. Ethical approval has been gained, any questions regarding ethics please quote ethics 20-124.

Thank you for taking the time to read this,
Jessica Barlow

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