The Gay Dads Study: SFSU asks for gay dads to help study the challenge of parenting
A new study at SFSU explores how gay men respond to the challenge of parenting (please note that the study is open to residents of the greater SF Bay Area only). Objectives include examining the impact of parenting on the health and wellbeing of gay couples with children across multiple health domains, including at the individual, couple, and environmental levels. Participation involves completing one 90-120 minute face-to-face interview. Interviews will cover the following topics: stress, lifestyle and health habits, relationship dynamics, social networks, and exposure to antigay discrimination. Participants will be paid for their time and are eligible for an additional funds to help cover the cost of childcare while participating. CALL NOW TO PARTICIPATE! 1-888-688-1777.
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