Adjustment Disorders in the US Military Study

Adjustment Disorders in the U.S. Military Study

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Adjustment Disorders in the US Military Study

Are you an ACTIVE DUTY SERVICE MEMBER? You may qualify for our study! We are looking for:

  • Service Members diagnosed with Adjustment Disorder within the last 6 months
  • Service Members without a mental health diagnosis in the last 6 months

Are you a HEALTHCARE PROVIDER who treats Active Duty military populations? You may qualify for our study!

CLICK HERE to submit your information to our team!

What is the Adjustment Disorder Study?

This study aims to improve diagnosis and develop a framework for provider training for Adjustment Disorders--the most commonly diagnosed mental health disorder in the US Military.

Service Members who have been recently diagnosed with Adjustment Disorder, Service Members who have no mental health disorders, and healthcare providers will participate in this study. Participants will be asked to fill out online surveys about mental health symptoms to help us better understand how Adjustment Disorders are experienced by Service Members. Providers who participate in this study will be asked to either take part in a focus group or complete an online survey to help us understand how providers feel about Adjustment Disorder and how they approach diagnosing it.

You may be eligible to receive a gift card as compensation for your time spent participating in the study.

Are you an ACTIVE DUTY SERVICE MEMBER interested in participating? Click here to submit your contact information to our team. A member of our research team will reach out to you to verify if you qualify for the study. There is no obligation to participate if you submit your information.

Are you a HEALTHCARE PROVIDER or BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROVIDER who treats Active Duty populations interested in participating? Click here to submit your contact information to our team. A member of our research team will reach out to you to verify if you qualify for the study. There is no obligation to participate if you submit your information.

What to expect after you submit your information:

A member of our research team will call you and go over a short list of screening questions. Once we verify that you are eligible, if you are still interested in participating, we will provide you with more details about the study and begin the informed consent process.

What to expect if you decide to participate:

You will be provided with detailed information on how to participate after completing the informed consent process. Your participation in the study should take approximately 15 to 60 minutes, depending on which part of the study you are assigned to. See our FAQs for more information.