RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES

List of Research Projects Currently Recruiting Participants:

For more information about the research study, scroll below.

  1. Experiences with Substance Use - Qualitative Interviews

  2. Barriers and Facilitators to African American/Black People's Pathways to Care - Qualitative Interviews

  3. FAmily Motivational Engagement Strategy (FAMES) - Survey

Experiences with Substance Use

Washington State University is seeking to understand experiences of people who have used substances, including tobacco and alcohol, while receiving services from Coordinated Specialty Care (CSC) programs for first episode psychosis, and how the programs addressed the substance use. Those who meet qualifications and are interested in participating will be asked to have a conversation with research staff to better understand their experiences. Through these conversations the intention is to improve substance use and care in CSC programs. Those who complete the conversation with WSU will be compensated with a $25 e-gift card for their time.

This study has been approved by Washington State University IRB

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Barriers & Facilitators to African American / Black People's Pathways to Care

Washington State University is seeking to help reduce the disproportionate gap between symptom presentation for first episode psychosis (FEP) and services provided for people who self-identify as being African American or Black. Those who meet qualifications and are interested in participating will be asked to have approximately a 40 minute conversation with a research staff to better understand what aided and hindered their pathway to care. WSU would like to hear from both people who have experienced FEP as well as from family members who have a loved one experiencing FEP. Those who complete the conversation with the research staff will receive a $40 e-gift card.

This is an exempt study approved by WSU IRB

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FAmily Motivational Engagement Strategy (FAMES)

Washington State University is seeking 200 family members who are interested in completing a brief 25-minute survey focused on their experiences with early intervention or coordinated specialty care programs for early psychosis. This survey is part of a larger project to help improve family engagement in early psychosis treatment. For completing the survey you will be compensated with a $25 e-gift card.

This study has been approved by the WSU IRB

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New Journeys Early Intervention Program | Last Updated October 2nd, 2020

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