The FL LEADS project is a five-year, federally funded grant seeking to transform and improve suicide care practices, standards, and outcomes in health/behavioral health systems throughout rural and urban counties in northeast, northwest, central, and west Florida. Rooted in cultural competency and evidence-based research, this multi-system approach will implement the Zero Suicide (ZS) model. FL LEADS aims to reduce health disparities and inequalities that affect the lives of adults, ages 25 years and older, at risk for suicide and/or experiencing behavioral health disorders, serious mental illnesses, and substance abuse addictions.
Undergraduate Research Assistants (RAs) wanted to help with suicide prevention/mental health research data collection, entry, and evaluation under the mentorship of Dr. Kimberley Gryglewicz, Associate Professor and Co-Director for the Center for Behavioral Health Research and Training in the School of Social Work. RAs are expected to dedicate at least 8 hours a week for two semesters. If interested, please email your resume to email@example.com
Start Date: 5/16/2022 - End Date: 1/1/1970
Type of Project
• Code and enter project evaluation data into SPSS databases, conduct quantitative and qualitative data analysis. • Assist with creating data summary reports for grant activities, writing reports and peer-reviewed articles for publications, grant writing, presentations. • Conduct literature reviews to support research for project activities assigned by Principal Investigator and Project Manager. • Assist with other administrative duties as assigned, e.g., organizing data files, phone/online communication with research sites.
Data entry/SPSS experience preferred Data analysis/statistics experience preferred Ability to work independently and with multiple teams Excellent communication skills (verbal and written) Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines Available for at least 8 hours a week (on campus during regular business hours) and 2 semesters
Interested in Working With the Following Programs
Honors Undergraduate Thesis
Independent Research Credit (4912)