Recruitment for Korean-American Study
Are you a Korean or Korean American living in the U.S. and aged between 18-26 years old? We are inviting Korean/Korean American young adults across the country to participate in a study about an HPV intervention program.
Korean and Korean American women have high incidences of HPV-associated cervical cancers, and more than four out of every ten cases of HPV-associated cancer are in men. However, the HPV vaccine uptakes are significantly low in Asian American subgroups.
This study, led by top researchers at the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Children’s Medical Hospital Center, and University of Massachusetts Medical School, is intended to gather insight about the intervention that was developed for Korean/Korean American young adults and assess the impact of its intervention. To read more about the study and be part of it, click HERE to take the eligibility screening survey.
https://storytellinglab.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0HbYFFfgBW97DtY (screening survey)
Eligible participants will receive up to $70 in Amazon gift cards over the course of the project.