Texas University Seeks Military Caregivers
The University of Texas Health Science Center/San Antonio (UTHSCSA) is conducting a study and they’re asking military caregivers from all over to help.
Those who care for those who served face special needs and issues so, the UTHSCSA is investigating the health of military caregivers. Their website states:
Health Scientists from the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio (UTHSCSA) are looking for pre and post 9/11 caregivers to share their experiences by participating in a research study. Caregivers will complete a web-based survey designed to raise awareness of the impact of caregiving on caregiver health.
The website says the survey, done under the direction of Dr. Roxana Delgado, PhD, takes about 20 minutes to complete. For more info, you can email Dr. Delgado directly at email@example.com.
- Individuals who are at least 18 years of age or older.
- Pre and post 9/11 caregivers of a wounded, ill and injured service member or veteran.
- English speaking/reading.
- Able to attend interviews via phone or face to face.
Take the survey here. After you answer the first two questions, a deeper explanation will appear.