ENVIRONMENTAL SENSITIVITIES RESEARCH AT
JAMES MADISON UNIVERSITY
Welcome to the website for the James Madison University Environmental Sensitivities Research Team. We study the life impacts of living with Chemical Sensitivity (CS), also referred to as Environmental Illness, Chemical Injury, and Chemical Hypersensitivity. CS is sometimes associated with Electromagnetic Sensitivity. Together these make up Environmental Sensitivities.
Our study of unmet healthcare needs is now published in the Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare. See link on our papers page. Thank you to everyone who participated!
ANNOUNCEMENT FOR GATHERING PARTICIPANTS FOR STUDY OF THE NEEDS OF PERSONS WITH ENVIRONMENTAL SENSITIVITIES (WE ARE EXPANDING OUR STUDY OF WOMEN 65 OR OLDER TO INCLUDE ANYONE 21 OR OLDER WHO HAS ENVIRONMENTAL SENSITIVITIES).
The James Madison University Environmental Sensitivities Research Team is inviting adults aged 21 and over who have experienced environmental sensitivities (chemical and/or electrical) to participate in on online study of how their needs are being met as they grow older with sensitivities. If you are interested in participating, please click on the link below to see the consent form and learn more about the study. If you are unable to complete the survey online, you are welcome to request a hard copy that can be mailed to you. To request a hard copy please email email@example.com or call 540-568-6195 and leave a message with you name (clearly stated) and your complete address. Thank you ahead to everyone who helps me with this study. To take the survey online, copy this url into your browser: http://jmu.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_4YGd1uBrKkxx8nr
Check our current studies page to see what we are doing.
Read online or download articles and papers from the JMU MCS Research Team
Read about the hypothesized causes of MCS
Access resource lists for MCS organizations, and MCS products.
Link to the webpage for Earthrive Books to read excerpts from and/or order the book
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: A Survival Guide, 2nd Edition
Read state of the art environmental reports from various agencies and sources in links and resources