Exercise is Medicine Research Recruitment

The Exercise is Medicine-On Campus study is now kicking off year three and we need your help. We are continuing to recruit U of A students, faculty and staff (age 18 or older) to learn about the health of campus. If you've already participated, we want to hear from you again! The study will include completing a new online survey. Participants must speak English.

If you are interested in completing the survey, please click here: EIM Survey. If you have any question or concerns, please contact Bryce Daniels at bxd013@uark.edu or Dr. Erin K. Howie at (479) 575-2910 or ekhowie@uark.edu.

Contacts

Bryce Daniels,
Health, Human Performance, and Recreation
501-358-8110, bxd013@uark.edu

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