No one understands the military better than those who serve. As a current Military Service Member, Veteran, or family member, engaging in research projects is one way to extend your service and camaraderie to your military brothers and sisters. We want to help solve the problems that negatively impact Veterans and your families. We need your help—share your voice with us and let’s work together to create change.
For more information or any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This study seeks to understand emerging adult veterans/military members experiences into adulthood and civilian life. Information gathered from this study will assist with future programming, interventions, and mental health treatments focusing on substance use, stigma, and mental health issues. YOU can make a difference!
We want your participation in this study aimed at predicting career interest and goal persistence in student veterans!
Dr. Chung-Yi Chiu and Dr. Dustin Lange (USMC Veteran) from the University of Illinois are conducting a study about career transition among student veterans. Interested students who complete the survey package will receive a $20 gift card. If you have questions or comments, please contact email@example.com or call us at our toll-free number 844-800-9972. This study is funded by the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign Research Board and the Chez Family Foundation Center for Wounded Veterans in Higher Education.
Interested students who complete the survey package will receive a $20 gift card for 30 minutes. Please sign up for the study through the intake form by scanning the QR Code or visiting go.illinois.edu/veteranstudy
If you have questions or comments, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at our toll-free number 844-800-9972.
Thank you so much for your interest!
Are you feeling stressed? Overwhelmed? Interested in helping other Veterans?
You may be eligible to participate in a research study focused on understanding the usefulness of online informational and decision making tools for Veterans.
You will help us learn the best ways to support Veterans
If you choose to participate: (1) you will be asked to complete self-report questionnaires about your background; (2) you will be invited to use online informational and decision making tools designed for Veterans; and (3) you will have the opportunity to provide feedback on the online tools. You will also be asked to complete 3 assessments during your study participation.
Study Principal Investigator: Dr. Robyn Gobin (217-265-0726) email@example.com
For more information about the Veterans Decision Making study, contact The Transforming Trauma and Mental Health Research Team (217) 300-1356; firstname.lastname@example.org