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Peer Research about Peer Researchers

Have you worked as a peer researcher on a study about drug use, mental health, LGBTQ2S+ &/or racialized communities?

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Peers Examining Experiences in Research Study (PEERS) is a community-based project that aims to understand how peer researchers experience their involvement in research 

Peers Examining Experiences in Research Study (PEERS) is a community-based project that aims to understand how peer researchers experience their involvement in research

 

Have you worked on a research project for which your lived experience with one or more of these communities was a requirement for the job?

Were you paid or compensated for this work? If so, then you may be eligible to participate!

Participating in PEERS will involve taking part in a one hour interview.

Compensation of $30 and return transit fare will be provided.

For more information, please contact us: peers.dlsph@utoronto.ca or 647-857-9780 All inquiries are confidential.

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