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Conducting Research with Women Veterans

 

Continuing Education

This section brings together free in-depth Continuing Education resources for the Professional community concerned with trauma.

Conducting Research with Women Veterans

  • Date Created: 10/ 1/2011
  • Time to Complete: 1 hour
  • Skill Level: Basic

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Conducting Research with Women Veterans
Conducting Research with Women Veterans Author(s):

Dawne Vogt, PhD

Description

As the number of women accessing VA health care has increased, so has recognition of the importance of conducting research with women Veterans. Until recently, little attention has been devoted to issues specific to this subpopulation of Veterans. This course addresses the opportunities and challenges associated with conducting research with women Veterans. It provides concrete suggestions for study recruitment, research design, analysis, and reporting results with this population.

This online course takes 45 minutes to complete and offers resources for both VA and non-VA researchers.

Goals and Objectives

  • To orient researchers to research topics of particular relevance to women Veterans.
  • To familiarize researchers with important considerations or interacting with, recruiting, and conducting research with women Veterans.
  • To address issues related to design, data analysis, and interpretation of findings from studies focusing on women Veterans.
  • To orient researchers to relevant additional resources.

Earn Continuing Education (CE/CME) Credits

CE/CME is not available for this course.

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