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Youth & Caregivers
How do youth & caregivers play a role?
To date, researchers have always been the ones to decide what outcomes are important when testing how well a treatment for youth and children anxiety disorders. Nobody has actually asked youth and children with anxiety—or their parents/caregivers—what outcomes matter to them. If that's you, then you're the expert on what it's like to live with anxiety. You should have a say in the development of this core outcome set (COS) for youth and children anxiety disorders.
Who Can Get Involved?
If you are a young person—or the parent/caregiver of a young person—who:
Is between the ages of 8 and 24 years old;
Has experienced an anxiety disorder (presently or in the past) or has experienced anxiety impacting their day-to-day life or functioning; and
Has access to the Internet and Zoom;
We want to hear from you! Take a look below for the different ways you can get involved.
How Can I Help?
How can i help
There are many stages of our research project that involve youth and caregivers, and you can be involved in any or all of them.
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