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Bisexual and gay men in Wyoming asked to take survey to help improve healthcare resources

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CASPER, Wyo. — The Casper-Natrona County Health Department said Wednesday that bisexual and gay men in the community can help improve healthcare resources in Wyoming by participating in an online survey.

“You can make a difference in our rural state by helping decision-makers understand our unique needs,” CNCHD said. “We are adventurers here, so be among the first in Wyoming to help improve and understand healthcare resources for bi and gay men in Wyoming.”

The men’s health study is being conducted by Greybull-based Waller Hall Research in conjunction with the Wyoming Department of Health. The study also has support from Wyoming Equality.

“This study is part of an effort to improve health resources for gay, bisexual, and pansexual men in the state,” Waller Hall Research says. “A ground-breaking survey, this is among the first of its kind for the state of Wyoming.”

“Participants who complete the survey will also have a chance to win a drawing — Waller Hall Research will randomly select five participants to each receive a $100.00 electronic gift card after the study is completed. Participants who complete the survey and agree to join our panel for future studies will receive a $5.00 electronic gift card.”


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