McGill University looking for social work research participants

CALLING ALL INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL WORKERS WORKING ABROAD AND DOMESTICALLY!

Join a research study via an online survey and help support opportunities for social workers considering global careers!

How do I know if I’m eligible?

Have you had at least one year of paid international social work experience within the last 5 years and...

  • ‣  Are you working/have you worked abroad as a social worker in humanitarian aid, international development, and disaster relief?

    AND/OR

  • ‣  Are you working/have you worked domestically with immigrants, refugees, or asylum seekers?

    If so, your participation is welcome and feel free to forward this flyer to someone you know!

Who’s conducting this study?

McGill University’s School of Social Work Faculty members Sarilee Kahn, PhD and Tamara Sussman, PhD and doctoral student Hanna Kim, MSW.

As thanks!

At the end of the study, you’ll have a chance to enter a lottery for a 1 in 5 chance of winning a $25 CAD Amazon gift card.

What’s required?

Participation is voluntary and involves an online survey about your perspectives on international social work education, international social work career paths, and recommendations for improving the visibility and credibility of the MSW in the international job market.

How will my responses be collected?

The survey is administered through McGill University's research portal and is anonymous (unless entered into the lottery); no IP addresses will be collected/shared.

How long will it take?

Approximately 15-20 minutes.

Sounds great, how do I take part?

Simply click on the link to be directed to the survey (https://surveys.mcgill.ca/limesurvey/ index.php?sid=12884&lang=en). More information is available there. You are under no obligation to complete the survey, but we hope you do!

I have questions, who can I contact?

Dr. Sarilee Kahn at sarilee.kahn@mcgill.ca