Questionnaire for a study of Ghent University
We are looking for people who are willing to complete an online questionnaire (+/-15-25min).
This questionnaire is part of a study at Ghent University, that will contribute to the development of a validated scale to measure different forms of minority stress or othering-based stress in minority groups.
Ghent University is specifically looking for LGBTQIA+ persons, people of color, persons with a migrant background, refugees, applicants for international protection, persons with a disability and persons who belong to a specific cultural, ethnic or religious group etc..
The questionnaire is also available in Dutch and French.
Click here to go to the questionnaire.
Thank you in advance!
Marleen Temmerman honoured with a Fellowship honoris causa of the by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
The honorary award is in recognition of Prof Marleen’s highest level of dedication and achievement towards the advancement of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and the development of women’s healthcare in Kenya and the region.
Prof Marleen Temmerman was nominated as UNESCO Chairholder of the UNESCO Chair entitled “Youth Leadership in Science, Health, Gender and Education.