One of PICCK’s Clinical Trainers is looking for clinicians to participate in a new research study! Neena Qasba, MD MPH is an OB/GYN at Baystate Medical Center and is looking for Massachusetts-based clinicians to complete an individual online interview regarding the ACCESS Law. For more information please read the following letter from the ACCESS Study Research Team. If you are interested in participating, please email [email protected].
This study is not affiliated with the PICCK program.
OPPORTUNITY TO PARTICIPATE
IN AN INDIVIDUAL ONLINE INTERVIEW
You are invited to participate in the Access, Contraceptive Coverage, Expected Supply in our State: ACCESS Study Part 3. The ACCESS law allows pharmacies to dispense a 12-month supply of short-acting contraceptive methods like oral contraceptive pills, contraceptive patches, contraceptive vaginal rings, and birth control injections for women who request this and it allows insurance coverage for this extended supply. Your participation in this interview will help us understand how to better implement the ACCESS law in Massachusetts.
If you are a women’s health physician or midwife or advanced practitioner or primary care clinician caring for women of reproductive age, you are eligible to participate.
Your participation is completely voluntary. The interview will take approximately 30 minutes.
The interview will be scheduled at a date and time convenient for you and will be done over Zoom. The interview will be audio and video recorded and transcribed for analysis.
All your responses will be kept confidential. These findings may be published or presented. This study is approved by Baystate Medical Center Institutional Review Board (1656664-2).
You will receive compensation of a $50 gift card for your time.
**Please provide us with your personal email address because we have found that work or institutional emails use firewalls that block RedCap, which is the survey software we use. If you haven’t received a link within 24 hours, please check your junk or Spam folder.**
If you have any questions, please contact us at [email protected]
Thank you for your time and interest.
ACCESS Study Research Team
Access Project Research Team, Baystate Medical Center
Neena Qasba, MD MPH Baystate Medical Center (PI)
Sarah Goff, MD, PhD, UMass-Amherst