UBC Research on Education Assistants and Trauma Survey

Education Assistants in British Columbia are being asked to participate in an optional research study (“Mental Health and Wellness in K-12 Staff Affected by Childhood Adversity”) conducted by the University of British Columbia.

The focus of the study is to determine whether there is a correlation between adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) experienced by educators in the past and their current mental health and wellness.

The survey includes questions of a sensitive nature, asking about (but not limited to) topics such as physical, sexual, and emotional abuse, bullying, and scarcity of food and clean clothing.

The accompanying pdf documents describe more about the study, its approval, and a link to the survey itself.

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