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Project COPE, A Research Project Studying the Effects of COVID-19, Is Soliciting Study Participants (July 15th)

Researchers from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville, Clemson University, Prisma Health and Indiana University are soliciting a wide range of health care providers, professionals and students to participate in surveys and video journals investigating the impacts of the COVID -19 pandemic under the title, Project COPE (Chronicling Healthcare Providers Pandemic Experiences). 

If you are interested in participating in Project COPE, i.e., sharing your experiences with the research team, please go to: https://infoprojectcope.wixsite.com/website?fbclid=IwAR3GzwlzHFbi47y5pZ0Qi2TRttrS6369ecYUs7PWDNsvF-e_3yNbK8ft2e4 and https://uofsc.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0eSysYlam9i5ARD.

I am not currently a participant in the study nor have I accepted any endorsement moneys for posting this research solicitation. 

Thank you. 


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