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BIOBEHAVIORAL HEALTH
Research Interest Group (BHRIG)

Mission

The TSNRP BHRIG provides a broader opportunity to synergize efforts in clinical inquiry focused on Biobehavioral Health (BH) to meet the needs of the military health system (MHS) and strengthen the capabilities of nurse scientists, translational science experts and nursing personnel serving our war fighters and military beneficiaries.

Vision

The TSNRP BHRIG focuses on the development of innovative research and Evidence-Based Practice initiatives that explore health promotion from a biobehavioral health perspective while fostering interservice collaboration. The ultimate vision is to support biobehavioral health clinical inquiry in both generating the body of military biobehavioral health science and translating biobehavioral research evidence to positively impact the quality and safety of care within the military health system. In 2021 the BHRIG consisted of 104 members, and produced 11 publications and 11 funded studies among leaders and members.

Current Leaders

CDR Shawna G. Grover, PhD, ANP-BC, ACNS-BC, AOCNS, BHRIG Leader

Lt Col Sarah Huffman, PhD, CCNS, ACNP, BHRIG Deputy

Member Meetings

The TSNRP BHRIG meets via Zoom to network with colleagues, present research, mentor novice researchers, and share information and resources useful to military nurses and researchers. Join BHRIG below to receive login details for future meetings.

Meeting Replays

BHRIG - January 2022

The Impact of Catastrophic Injury Exposure on Resilience in Special Operations Surgical Teams (SOST)

Lt Col Sarah Huffman, PhD

 

Learn about the initial data analysis from a study looking at the resilience of Special Operations Surgical Teams. As more of these enroute care teams forward deploy, all Services need increased capabilities for field care.  

BHRIG - August 2022

On a Scale 1 to 5

Col (ret) Penny Pierce and COL (ret) Linda Yoder

 

Review the historical development of the Likert Instrument, intended use, and how to appropriately interpret the results.

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