Research Request Form
Thank you for taking the time to consider us for your research project!

A bit about the Kansas City Center for Inclusion: The Kansas City Center for Inclusion, Inc. (KCCI) is Kansas City’s LGBTQIA+ resource center. Our Mission is to operate exclusively for charitable purposes by providing a safe, welcoming community space where LGBTQIA+ individuals, their families, friends, and straight allies can come for education, resources, and activities; and by providing community outreach in building a cohesive LGBTQIA+ community in the Midwest. Within our purpose we endeavor to support community events and community driven activities such as surveys to improve the lives and well being of our LGBTQIA+ community. Appropriately selected research studies can align with our mission and purpose when the goals of the study are to improve the lives of community members like our own as well as target issues pertinent to our community.

In order to help us better understand your project, how we might be of service, and if your research aligns with the goals of KCCI, please take a moment to fill out the below survey. In addition, we require all research to be IRB approved. Please send us a copy of your IRB approved research protocol and a pdf copy of any survey/promotion materials to

Our research review board reviews research requests on a rolling basis and we have a 1-2 month turn around for response.
Your Name *
Contact email (please have this be congruent with the email from where you are sending the above documentation)
Is this study approved by an institutions IRB? *
Please tell us in your own words how your study is pertinent to the LGBTQ community?
If your study is only geared towards a part of the LGBTQ community please provide us information as to why the inclusion criteria is narrow, and why some within the community are excluded? (this can include discussion regarding funding limitations, scope of the research question, staffing limitations, restrictions on minor participation or non english speaker participation etc. Since the overarching goal of the center is to be inclusive, we aim to ensure that any limited-scope research is appropriately and ethically limited)
What benefits could come to our community from participation in this study (both direct or indirect?)
Are there risks to community members participation in the study?
What process has been used to assure the terminology in the study is affirming?
What logistics are required on the part of KCCI to promote your study?
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