Daily Experiences of Sexual and Gender Minorities Living in Rural Nebraska
The objective of this project is to understand the daily experiences of sexual and gender minorities living in rural Nebraska, including forms of discrimination, stigmatization, and marginalization that cause distress and impairment.
Led by Rebecca BrockAssociate Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Demystifying Psychosocial Assessments for Gender-Affirming Medical Procedures
The goals of the seed grant are to (1) gather data from Trans and Gender Diverse adults in order to build a conceptual model about their experience with the psychosocial assessments and, (2) develop familiarity with a potential comparison group who has a similar requirement, adults seeking bariatric surgery, through focus groups with patients and providers.
Led by Deb HopeAssociate Vice Chancellor and Dean of Graduate Education & Aaron Douglas Professor of Psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Health Voice Vision
Funded by the Rural Futures Institute, HealthVoiceVision is a combined Photovoice (PV) and survey research project that links community voices/images with rigorous social science research methods to provide more insight into the health of rural communities.