Dr. Kristin Trainor
<b>Department: </b>Social Work<br><b>Research Area: </b>Maternal and Infant Health, Substance Use Disorder, Stigma and Bias, Healthcare Access and Health Literacy, Community Based Research
Department: Social Work
Research Focus: Maternal and Infant Health, Substance Use Disorder, Stigma and Bias, Healthcare Access and Health Literacy, Community Based Research
Potential Student Project(s): You may participate in community based research and recruitment including maternal and infant health, substance use disorders, and/or healthcare needs. You may assist in data coding, transcription, analysis, and writing. The major project that you will be able to assist with is the Maternal and Infant Health Facilitated Solutions Discussion Series. You will become a member of a work group to support maternal and infant health while conducting research on the implications of access, substance use, stigma and bias, safe sleep, and other factors impacting maternal and infant mortality.
Attributes/skills/background sought in undergraduate:
- You will be required to complete CITI training.
- A desire to support improved health outcomes for all individuals
Mentoring Plan: We will create a project plan together that includes working 5 hours per week with one-on-one interaction/supervision for at least 1 hour per week. Most work can be completed remotely or within the social work department. You will be invited and encouraged to attend the monthly Maternal and Infant Health Facilitated Discussion Series from August-November.
Contact: 765-285-2010, Health Professions Building 514