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COVID-19 Wellness Behavior Survey


  You are invited to take part in a research study that is being conducted by Alex DelCollo, a Senior Program Coordinator, Sara Elnakib, an Assistant Professor, in the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Cooperative Extension, Family and Community Health Sciences Department at Rutgers University. 

 The purpose of the research is to look at the health habits of people before and after COVID-19. You will be asked to answer survey questions about your health habits. The information will be anonymously collected. No one will know which responses are yours. Your participation in the study will be about 15 minutes. We do not foresee risks to subjects participating in this study. You will not be paid to take part in this study. You may receive no direct benefit from taking part in this study however, the information provided will assist the Department of Family and Community Health Sciences in addressing your current health and wellness needs.  


To participate please click here: Rutgers COVID Health and Wellness Self-Assessment (




Sara Elnakib, RD, MPH, CHES


Family & Community Health Sciences Educator/ Assistant Professor 

Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Passaic County


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