Reubs Walsh, based in the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, is conducting an international survey to ascertain what the family, friends, school staff and healthcare providers can do to safeguard and improve the mental health of gender diverse children and young people. The University has granted ethical approval for the survey.
The survey involves completing a short questionnaire, which is in two sections, one for the primary care giver and one for the child/young person. The primary care giver is defined as the person who lives in the same home as the child/young person for a majority of the time and who performs an equal or greater amount of parenting duties as any co-parents.
Care givers will receive a unique link to their child’s questionnaire.
The survey may be accessed via: https://fppvu.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_7VWuvqBGzf6Nurr
If you have any questions or wish to make comments about the survey, please contact Reubs Walsh at: email@example.com.