RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS NEEDED: Mental Health in the Workplace

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Are you in HR? An employment lawyer? Someone with lived experience with mental health or suicide who was working at the time you experienced a mental health issue while employed? If so — we want to hear from you! Please, take our 15-20 minute survey. This research project is a collaborative effort among Dr. Anthony Fulginiti of the University of Denver, Judge (Ret.) Mary McClatchey, the Employers Council and United Suicide Survivors International (through me!).


The University of Denver’s Graduate School of Social Work is conducting a research study on: Mental Health in the Workplace. The study focuses on understanding multiple stakeholders’ experiences with workplace mental health issues. To qualify for the study, you must be at least 18 years old and someone who has either dealt with a mental health issue while employed; worked as a Human Resources Professional; or worked as an employment lawyer. Eligible participants will be asked to complete a 15-20 minute online questionnaire. Your participation will help to inform the development of a tool to navigate mental health crises in workplace settings.

Link to Study

If you are interested in our study, please copy and paste the following link into your web browser:

Additional Information

The research study is focused on understanding the experiences of employees, Human Resources professionals, and employment lawyers with mental health crises in an effort to inform workplace practice improvements.

Your organization or group may have interested in being a part of this study as well. We would be grateful if you also send out our invitation through any of your other channels (like newsletter, etc.) that you think might be helpful.

IRB approved by the University of Denver.

For more information, please email Anthony Fulginiti at or call 303-871-2938.