Survey on The Health and Wellbeing of Seventh-day Adventists

The Survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete.

About

What it's all about

Ground Breaking. Focused. Data driven.

The Caribbean Union Family Life, Health, and Women, Children and Adolescents Ministries departments, the University of the Southern Caribbean, Loma Linda University, Johns Hopkins University and Oakwood University have teamed up to conduct the Caribbean Union Health and Well-being Study (CHWBS). This is a ground-breaking study of the adult Seventh-day Adventist population in the Caribbean Union focusing majorly on mental health, family, and women issues.

A section of the study focuses specifically on Pastors. The
findings from the study will be used to provide data driven ministry initiatives to improve the
health and well-being of our members in the Caribbean Union and provide invaluable
information on the experiences related to the Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19). The Study is
fully endorsed and supported by the Caribbean Union Conference Executive Committee.

Study

Why?

What's the purpose of the study?

The goal of this study is to provide data driven ministry initiatives to improve the Health and Well being of SDA members in the Caribbean Union

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Your Questions. Answered.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the study being held?

This is primarily an online study that can be accessed from your smartphones, desktops, laptops, and tablets. A limited number of paper and pencil questionnaires would be available upon request.

The what about the study

You are specially invited to participate in a ground-breaking study about the Health and Wellbeing of Seventh-day Adventists living within the Caribbean Union.

How to enroll?

Contact your local conference or mission Family Life, Health, or Women, Children, and Adolescent Ministries directors for more information on how to enroll in the study.

Who are eligible to participate?

Any SDA member 18 years and older is eligible to participate in the study.

Participating in the Study

Caribbean Union Health & Well-Being Study

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