Informed Consent
Description of Research

The goal of the current study is to learn about the attitudes and opinions people regarding drug addiction as well as syringe exchange programs. You will be asked to answer a series of questions relating to views about drugs/drug addiction as well as your opinions about the effects of syringe exchange programs. The study should take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

Risks and Benefits of Research
There are no anticipated risks associated with participating in this research. Any discomfort or stress you experience does not exceed what you would be expected to experience in everyday life. Although you may not benefit directly from the research, others may ultimately benefit from the knowledge obtained in this study.

Confidentiality
You will not be identified in any reports on this study. All your responses will remain anonymous. At the end of this questionnaire, you will be given the option of providing contact information if you wish to be contacted for a future interview; however, participation in that interview is optional and you are not required to give any identifying information unless you wish to be interviewed. If you provide your name to be interviewed, it will only be connected to your date until the data has been downloaded, at which time it will be separated.

You can discontinue this research at any time -- your participation is voluntary.

If you have any questions regarding the research, you can contact the researchers listed below. You can also contact the faculty research supervisor, Dr. Katherine Knight Tuttle (tuttle@hanover.edu) or the head of the Hanover College IRB, Dr. Dean Jacks (jacks@hanover.edu) if you have concerns about this research.

Torri Boldery (boldery20@hanover.edu)
Audrey Masterson (masterson19@hanover.edu)
Olivia Ramsey (ramsey19@hanover.edu)

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