Want to volunteer?
Studies actively recruiting participants:
- Blood Pressure Study 18+
- Fortify Bone Study 50+
- Osteoarthritis Study ages 60-80
- Cultural and Social Determinants of Metis Peoples' Health 18+
- Nordic Walking Bone Health Study
- Bone Strength Development in Diabetics ages 8-14
- Muscle Stimulation Study 18+
- Pea Protein for People with Impairments
- Physical Activity and Gender
- Health Benefits of Professional or Competitive Red River Jigging or Square Dancing
- Cardio Fitness of Jigging
- Gender and Physical Activity Survey
- Jigging and Health Interview
- Active Living for Pain
College of Kinesiology
How to get ready for a research study in the College of Kinesiology
- You should have a good idea about what you will be doing before you agree to be part of any study.
- Ask about parking if you are driving to the University of Saskatchewan campus for a study.
- It may be helpful to ask how long the study takes.
What to do when you get here
- Click on the building names to find parking close to the Kinesiology Physical Activity Complex (87 Campus Drive), the Williams Building (221 Cumberland Avenue North) or the Ron and Jane Graham Sport Science and Health Centre (2010 College Drive).
- Please call the researcher to give you directions if you are not sure where to go once you get to the building.
What to expect during your time in a research study
- The first thing the researcher will do is explain the study to you.
- At some time before you start the study, you will be asked to sign a form called a consent form, showing that you understand what the study is about and that you give permission to use your information for that specific study. The consent form will have information about the study as well as ways to contact the researcher.
- Please ask questions if something is not clear.
- You have the right to stop at any time during the study.
What to expect after participating in a research study
- You should get a paper copy of the consent form before you leave.
- You are welcome to ask
questionsthe study at any time. If you have already left, please contact the researcher using the information in the consent form.
- We sincerely hope that you have a great experience in the College of Kinesiology and will volunteer to be in future studies.
General research ethics information
- All studies are approved by the University of Saskatchewan Research Ethics Board.
- More information about research ethics at the University of Saskatchewan can be found at the Research Ethics Office website.