Food and Drug Administration's Research and Evaluation Survey for the Public Education Campaign on Tobacco among LGBT (RESPECT)

OMB 0910-0808

OMB 0910-0808

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requests Office of Management and Budget (OMB) approval to conduct in-person and Web-based surveys of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) young adults 18 to 24 years old in the United States, as the Research and Evaluation Survey for the Public Education Campaign on Tobacco among LGBT (RESPECT). These surveys will be fielded for purposes of evaluating FDA’s [LGBT Campaign] public education campaign for LGBT young adults. The primary outcome evaluation will consist of a baseline survey and cross-sectional surveys at six-month intervals following the campaign launch in campaign and control cities. In addition, the cross-sectional surveys will include an embedded longitudinal cohort. Data from this evaluation will be used to gauge campaign awareness and examine the statistical relationships between exposure to the campaign and changes in outcome variables of interest.

The latest form for Food and Drug Administration's Research and Evaluation Survey for the Public Education Campaign on Tobacco among LGBT (RESPECT) expires 2022-03-31 and can be found here.

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