RRAI Survey

Invitation to Participate

You are invited to participate in this research study. Its purpose is to determine the kind of legal, financial, and social information needed in our community. The study is a collaboration between RRAI and Western University.

Why is this study being done?

The purpose of this study is to explore what type of legal financial and cultural information is needed in the community of Ontario.

How long will you be in this study?

The study involves an online survey that will take no more than 10-15 minutes of your time.

Study procedures

If you agree to participate you will be asked to complete an online survey that seeks your views about the needed information.

Risks and harms of participating in this study

There are no known or anticipated risks or discomforts associated with participating in this study.

Benefits

You may not directly benefit from participating in this study but the information gathered may provide benefits to society as a whole by knowing the needed information in the community.

Withdrawal of data

If you decide to withdraw from the study, you may do so at any time by exiting the survey window.  Due to the anonymous nature of your data, once your survey responses have been submitted, the researchers will be unable to withdraw your data.

Data Protection

All data will be collected anonymously and neither the researchers nor anyone else will be able to identify you as a research participant.

Compensated

You will not be compensated for your participation in this research.

Rights of Participants

Your participation in this study is voluntary. You may decide not to be in this study.  Even if you consent to participate you have the right to not answer individual questions or to withdraw from the study at any time.

You do not waive any legal right by consenting to this study.

Completion and submission of the survey indicate your consent to participate.

Questions or concerns?

If you have questions about this research study, please contact RRAI

This letter is yours to keep for future reference.