Wiltsey Stirman – Psychology

Shannon Wiltsey Stirman
sws@bu.edu
Options: Volunteer Basis, Potential for UROP Funding

Undergraduate students are needed to assist with literature searches and reviews, data entry and coding, and other tasks in support of ongoing research within the Women’s Health Sciences Division of the National Center for PTSD. Studies include research to develop a system to evaluate the skill of delivery of a treatment for PTSD and a comparison of different strategies to train clinicians in PTSD treatments. Volunteers may assist with transcription and coding of qualitative (interview) data, rating of session material, data entry for a project to examine routine care for PTSD. Depending on their time and level of involvement,volunteers may have opportunities to co-author posters, presentations, or papers.

Requirements:
Two year commitment (necessary because credentialing can take several months)
Completion of required background checks and credentialing paperwork
8+ hours per week
Willing/able to travel to and work at the VA in Jamaica Plain
Psychology major or, if major is not yet declared, completion of intro and abnormal psychology

UROP Information

The UROP Application is now open for Spring 2015 applications

Spring 2015 Funding Applications will be due on December 4th at noon

Spring 2015 UROP applicants will be notified in early January