Representing a wide variety of research interests under the biobehavioral health umbrella, the BHRIG focuses on supporting researchers with methods education and mentoring. Team members work to plan relevant offerings and projects featuring novel techniques in the field. Currently, a BHRIG workgroup has partnered with the University of Michigan's Institute of Social Research to carry out a Social Network Analysis project. This will allow the group to demonstrate relationships between individual military nurse researchers in our community and look for patterns in professional productivity.
Researching, teaching, or practicing in biobehavioral health or research methods and think this RIG could be a resource for you? Email megan.foradori.ctr@usuhs