Student working on a research project.

Appalachian Family Planning Needs In The Context Of The Opiate Epidemic: Results From A Focus Group With Community Stakeholders

A research assistant is sought to help with analysis of transcripts from focus group interviews that were conducted with community stakeholders from Appalachia on the topic of unmet family planning needs in the context of the region's opiate epidemic. The RA will be involved in coding these responses and helping to sort them into theme categories. The RA may also be involved in the drafting of a manuscript.

Research Project Information

Disciplines: gender studies, health and human services, nursing, political science, psychology, public health, social science interdisciplinary, sociology, urban and public policy
Student Skill-Set Needed: ability to work independently without much supervision, meet goals on time, dedicate some time each week (1 or 2 hours), meet via video calls, interest in research, access to a personal computer
Compensation: Academic Credit, Volunteer
Available: Spring


For further information on this opportunity, or to apply, contact:

Faculty Member: Gretchen Ely
Title: Associate Professor
Department: Social Work
Office: 657 Baldy Hall
Phone: 7166451243