SIG Survey

We would like to ask for your feedback to help shape two SIG activities. First, we would like to know your preferences for workshops/events at the next annual conference. The second is a webinar that would occur prior to the next annual conference. You can provide such feedback via an online survey at the link below. The survey is extremely brief (< 10 minutes to complete), is anonymous, is not part of any research study, and is completely voluntary.

https://survey.uvm.edu/index.php/838745/lang-en

Your responses will help us determine what to plan for in the coming year. The survey is open access, so please share this among your colleagues, students, and friends who may be interested in attending either event. The more feedback, the merrier! Please do not hesitate to contact me with any additional information.

SIG Leadership

About Mattew Price

My research focuses on creating innovative strategies to expand the reach of clinical care for victims of traumatic events and those suffering from anxiety disorders. To achieve this goal, my lab uses a translational framework in which we first identify fundamental mechanisms of treatment response for evidence-based interventions. These findings are then used to develop and evaluate novel interventions delivered through widely available technologies (e.g. mobile devices, remote sensors, websites). I am especially interested in treatments that can be administered in acute care settings (e.g. Emergency Departments, Trauma Centers) to reduce distress shortly after trauma exposure. This research is multidisciplinary by nature and my team collaborates regularly with experts across a wide range of fields including computer science, bioinformatics, human factors, health services, nursing, medicine, and neuroscience.

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