Participate in a 20-minute online survey about your neighbourhood and wellbeing!

Participate in a 20-minute online survey about your neighbourhood and wellbeing!

Neighbourhoods can influence a resident’s physical activity, health and well-being. Neighbourhood features (eg. Sidewalks and access to parks) can influence people’s decisions to be physically active. There is insufficient information about how Calgary neighbourhoods influence people’s health. IN particular, little is known about how neighbourbood features might impact people with low incomes.

You are being invited to take part in this study because you are a resident with Calgary Housing Company. The University of Calgary would like to collect information about your physical activity, health and well-being. Only one adult per household is being asked to volunteer for this study. The University is recruiting at least 660 adults for this study.

All participants will receive a $5 Tim Hortons gift card, and will be entered into a draw for a $400 Visa gift card!

You are be eligible if you:

  • live in a home provided by Calgary Housing Company
  • are aged 18 years or older
  • are able to read and write in English
  • have access to the internet
  • have an email address

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How to get involved

To participate visit http://bit.ly/ANEWStudy, call 403-210-8830 or email: chelsea.christie1@ucalgary.ca

This questionnaire takes approximately 20 minutes to complete and can be completed on a computer or a mobile device (smartphone, tablet, etc.)

Participating in the study will not affect the services you receive from the Calgary Housing Company in any way. This study has been approved by the University of Calgary Conjoint Health Research Ethics Board (REB20-2008).

Participate for a $5 Tim Hortons gift card and chance to win a $400 gift card!

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