Participate in the Mental Health Access Survey on Incheon Global Campus

UPDATE: This Survey is now closed.

Want to support improvements in access to mental health resources for students, faculty, and staff on Incheon Global Campus (IGC)? Take the South of Seoul Public Health (SOS Public Health) Mental Health Access Survey. This blog will tell you how.

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What is the Mental Health Access Survey?

In an effort to continue support of mental health on university campuses, SOS Public onboarded University of Utah Public Health Practicum Student, Colton Johnson, to lead on a mental health research initiative. Such an initiative aims to assess the Incheon Global Campus (IGC) community’s access to mental health resources on- and off-campus.

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Through the mentorship of Lisa Peck, MPH, CPH, and Lanae Rivers-Woods, M.I.T., Mr. Johnson has created a survey to assess such access. Mr. Johnson will use the survey results to compile information on possible resources available to students, faculty, and staff on- and off-campus.

Who can participate in the survey?

All students, faculty, and staff who currently attend or work at an IGC university can participate in the SOS Public Health Mental Health Access Survey. IGC universities include:

What is the Mental Health Access Survey Assessing?

The Mental Health Access Survey aims to Increase Access to Mental Health Information and Resources among students, faculty, and staff at IGC Campus. The survey will consist of two main parts:

  1. Access and Utilization of Mental Health Resources On-Campus
  2. Access and Utilization of Mental Health Resources Off-Campus

SOS Public Health intends to use the Mental Health Access Survey to:

  1. Increase access to mental health resources and information for Incheon Global Campus affiliated individuals
  2. Raise awareness about available mental health resources on campus
  3. Advocate for students, faculty, and staff mental health needs

How can I participate in the Mental Health Access Survey?

You can support the SOS Public Health Mental Health Access research in two ways.

1. Take the Survey

Participate in the survey! We encourage all students, faculty, and staff at all IGC universities to participate in the Mental Health Access Survey. Available from Monday, April 11, 2022, until Friday, April 15, 2022, this survey can be completed online via Google Forms and is accessible from a computer, smartphone, or tablet device. The survey will take approximately 13 minutes to complete. Simply click the link provided to begin.

Note for International Students, Faculty, and Staff:

When you click to open the survey, you may see that the survey buttons are listed in Korean. Please, don’t let this deter you. To help navigate any language barriers, Mr. Johnson has translated the Korean prompts into English in this Google Document.

Disclaimer:

Your participation in this research study is voluntary and your answers will be anonymous. If you decide to participate in this research survey, you may withdraw at any time. All of the information that you provide will be treated as confidential and will only be used for research purposes.

2. Share the Survey

Share the survey with students, faculty, and staff at any of the IGC universities:

The more participants who fill out the survey, the better the data we will be able to collect. A robust data set will allow us to better serve the IGC Community.

To participate in the survey click HERE. You can also find the survey link on the SOS Public HealthSouth of Seoul Facebook and Instagram pages.

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