Muriel McQueen Fergusson Center Survey

19 July 2017

The survey will contribute to the existing knowledge on, and in trying to better understand the lived reality of abused women with disabilities in New Brunswick.

Length: The survey should only take about 20 minutes of your time. There are 28 multiple choice questions. You may skip any question that you do not wish to answer.

Target Audience: While anyone who is a resident of New Brunswick is welcome to complete the survey, the survey is targeted primarily for professionals who work with people with disabilities in some capacity, as well as individuals in the field of violence against women.

Privacy: The survey is anonymous. However, there are questions included that could potentially identify an organization or an individual working in an organization (if you accidently identify yourself we will remove it from the data). You are free to leave the survey at any time. Once you submit your survey, we will not be able to remove your data from the study.

Ethics: This study has been approved by the following ethics boards, if you have any ethical concerns about your participation in this research you may contact the following:

-   University of New Brunswick Research Ethics Board (

-   Université de Moncton Research Ethics Board (

Please feel free to contact any of us any time with questions, comments, or concerns about the research study. Follow the link below to complete the survey. You may close the browser and continue the survey at a later date if required, provided you use the same computer (if you wish to do so, please make sure to exit the browser). The survey will be available from the 12th of July to the 25thof August. Thank you in advance for taking time to complete the survey, your responses will help to shape our knowledge and understanding of what people with disabilities in the province of New Brunswick are facing when living in situations of violence and neglect.

Survey Link (English):

We encourage you to forward the survey to others so they may also contribute to this very important research. Once again, thank you for taking the time to participate.