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Join our Father’s Feelings study today!
Are you or do you know a dad with a baby under 1 year old? Then come help us better understand fatherhood by participating in our Father’s Feelings study!
To participate in this study, you must:
- Be a male father
- Have a child 12 months old or younger
- Live in Ohio
- Complete two (2) study visits to receive a gift card
- Eligible fathers could also receive up to $400.00 of baby safety items like a crib, car seat, and more
Eligible fathers can sign up today for the Father’s Feelings research study at OhioGuidestone’s Research Portal.
Tell me more.
Becoming a new dad can be exciting and overwhelming at the same time. Even if this isn’t your first baby, each infant may offer you different joys and challenges. Because fathers are instrumental in child rearing, we want to know more about you!
This study gives dads an opportunity to share their thoughts and feelings about their baby and their lives as parents. Better still, it offers ideas for strengthening father-child bonds. Because we know that dads matter, too! So, through a few short questionnaires and virtual visits with our study staff, you can help future dads prepare for the joys and challenges of fatherhood.
In addition, fathers can earn a $25 gift card for completing the study and receive father-specific consultation, insights, and resources from our highly trained study staff. Participation includes at least two (2) study visits, and each visit takes no more than 60-90 minutes.
Now offering free baby items to participating fathers in need! To see if you are eligible, call us at 440-260-8865.
Currently, all our studies are being conducted virtually. We do this through videoconferencing for each study visit and online forms available through our Research Portal.
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Questions? Contact us today!
- Email the Research team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Call Study Coordinator Kelly Trent or Tiffany Skillern at 216-372-6130.
- Fill out our contact form at familyandcommunityimpact.org/contact.