Perspectives of Female Veterans, VHA Providers, & Family on Preventing Firearm-Inflicted Suicide - MIRECC / CoE
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Perspectives of Female Veterans, VHA Providers, & Family on Preventing Firearm-Inflicted Suicide

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What does study participation entail?

 

  1. Women Veterans - One-time appointment (about 2 hours) that will include an interview and some questionnaires to learn more about your perspectives and experiences discussing firearm-related suicide prevention.
  2. Partners or Spouses of Women Veterans - One-time appointment (about 1 hour) that will include an interview and some questionnaires to learn more about your perspectives and experiences with firearms.
  3. VA Providers - One-time, 30-minute interview to learn more about your experiences discussing firearms with women Veterans.

All appointments will occur by telephone or teleconferencing.

 

We value your trust and prioritize the security, confidentiality, and privacy of all information that you share with us. Information you share for this study is confidential and will not impact your ability to receive VA services or benefits.

 

If you have received an invitation to participate in this study, please consider calling Suzie Thomas at 720-723-6555 to learn more or to schedule your interview.

If you have not received an invitation to participate, but are interested in finding out more, please contact Suzie Thomas at 720-723-6555.

 

This study is an opportunity for you to help us learn more about firearm lethal means safety and effective suicide prevention strategies for women Veterans, an essential and at times understudied group.

Last Updated: 11 June 2021