Targeting Equity in Access to Mentoring (TEAM) ADVANCE (NSF Award 1760187) promotes accessible, equitable, and effective mentoring across the University. We provide educational materials and resources to chairs, deans, and administrators to support departmental mentoring. We also offer intersectionality-informed programs to improve faculty mentor and mentee experiences at each faculty career stage, and measure the impact of our interventions through quantitative and qualitative means.
This study is a brief questionnaire (survey) that will ask you for your thoughts about things that can prevent and treat COVID-19 (for example, clinical trials, vaccines, and hand-washing). It is completely anonymous. We will not collect any identifying data about you whatsoever. You do not need to have had COVID-19 or even know anything about it to take the survey. We just want to know what you think. The survey is multiple choice.
The utility of my investigation will be to elucidate how the actors in the EV and clean auto tech realm of North Carolina interact to push the market forward. I aim to identify likely avenues of future EV charging infrastructure development in the state. As Raleigh has been a leader in this realm, I plan to conduct several interviews with government officials from Raleigh. Beyond EVs, I also hope to pinpoint the other most prominent clean technologies in the automotive sector, with special attention to those that might cross over into other advanced manufacturing sectors, e.g. aerospace engineering or non-vehicular motor-driven products.
The purpose of this study is to understand the feasibility of putting labels on alcoholic beverage containers.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether the needs of people who experience crime in North Carolina are adequately met by existing services. The study will have a particular focus on whether services meet the needs of crime victims from historically underserved populations and whether service accessibility varies by regions in the state.
We are conducting a study of adults age 60 or greater who are receiving treatment for multiple myeloma. The goal is to assess the willingness of these individuals to pursue additional supportive care interventions during their myeloma treatment and to see how effective these interventions are. Participants who have previously completed an assessment of their symptoms and function (as part of this study or an earlier study) will be referred to supportive resources based on problem areas that are identified on their assessment. We will later follow up to repeat the assessments and evaluated patients' satisfaction with these services.
The purpose of this study is to assess the effectiveness of an undergraduate nursing curriculum's teaching regarding LGBTQ+ health, inclusivity, and care.
This study is about dreams, work, and wellbeing. First, you will be asked to complete the current opt-in survey (1-2 minutes; $0.25). Next, if you are eligible based on your responses to the opt-in survey, you will be asked to complete a 10 to 13-minute survey this Thursday morning. If you complete the Thursday-morning survey, we will pay you an additional $1.50. The Thursday-morning survey will ask you about your waking experiences, your sleep and dreams from the previous night, and recent work experiences. About 1,000 people will participate. We anticipate few risks in this study; there are no personal benefits.
The purpose of this study is to seek perspectives of current health care employers on non-direct patient care opportunities for pharmacists.
The purpose of this research study is to understand how the monitoring of Patient-Reported Outcomes (PROs) could help improve surgical care for patients undergoing chest surgeries. PROs are symptoms directly reported by patients through the completion of a survey.