Did you know that nearly 53% of Lake Nona Life Project participants report high levels of stress in their life?
We’re excited to announce the launch of the Resilience Study, a sub-study of the Lake Nona Life Project (LNLP). Effectively managing stress is vital to good health and well-being, and from an early review of the LNLP survey data, we found that stress is a meaningful topic to the Lake Nona community.
If you are someone that has experienced a stressful life event or experiences stress on a regular basis, you may qualify to participate in this important sub-study.
As a resilience sub-study participant, you will have the opportunity to learn how to better manage your stress and energy by participating in a specialized, in-person training from the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute on September 16, 2017.
Basic Eligibility Requirements:
- Be an adult (18 years or older)
- Be a registered participant in the LNLP
- Complete a brief telephone interview about your stress level and current health status
- Have a smartphone for text messages and mobile app (if applicable)
- Speak, read, and understand English
What to Expect:
- Complete a screening questionnaire
- Review and sign a consent document
- Complete a 1-day Energy Management training onsite at the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute located in Lake Nona, Florida on September 16, 2017
- Complete three surveys on stress and related factors over a period of 90 days.
INterested in participating?
If you are interested in participating in the resilience sub-study, please complete the form below and a research assistant from the Lake Nona Life Project will contact you.