Take the Survey
The Kansas Task Force for Lawyer Well-Being is conducting an online census to understand the state of well-being for all persons admitted to the Kansas Bar, practicing and nonpracticing. You are invited to participate in this research study being conducted by the University of Kansas. The purpose of the investigation is to explore the overall state of well-being in our profession.
Survey Information Statement
The Kansas Task Force for Lawyer
Well-Being and the University of Kansas supports the practice of protection for
human subjects participating in research. The following information is provided
for you to decide whether you wish to participate in the present study. You
should be aware that even if you agree to participate, you are free to withdraw
at any time without penalty.
We are conducting this study to
better understand the overall state of well-being in the legal profession. This
will entail your completion of an online survey questionnaire. Your participation
is expected to take approximately fifteen (15) minutes to complete. The content
of the questionnaire should cause no more discomfort than you would experience
in your everyday life.
Although participation may not
benefit you directly, we believe that the information obtained from this study
will help us gain a better understanding of everyday habits related to your
overall health and wellness. Your participation is solicited, although strictly
voluntary. Survey participation is confidential. No personal identifiable
information, including IP addresses, is collected. No one will be able to
identify you or your answers, and no one will know whether or not you
participated in the study. It is possible, however, with Internet
communications, that through intent or accident someone other than the intended
recipient may see your response. Raw data or aggregate results may be shared
with the Kansas Supreme Court. Should
the data be published, no individual information will be disclosed.
Completion of the survey
questionnaire indicates your willingness to take part in this study and that
you are at least 18 years old. If you have any additional questions about your
rights as a research participant, you may call (785) 864-7429 or write the Human
Research Protection Program (HRPP), University of Kansas, 2385 Irving Hill
Road, Lawrence, Kansas 66045-7563, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your support in promoting lawyer well-being in Kansas.
Harrison M. Rosenthal, Esq.
William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communications
Lawrence, KS 66045