Facilitating Assessment of At-Risk Sailors using Technology (FAAST)

Project

 

Facilitating Assessment of At-Risk Sailors using Technology

Naval personnel experience high levels of anxiety, stress, and suicidal thoughts while deployed. We want to find better ways to address Sailors’ mental health needs, particularly as they transition to civilian life. We are interested in exploring how a smartphone application can be used to assess emotional distress in Sailors, as well as evaluating Sailors’ experiences and preferences in using the application.

This research study (COMIRB #18-2844) is being conducted by Lisa A. Brenner, PhD. (Principal Investigator)

Feel free to call us with any questions you may have!

Lisa A. Brenner, Principal Investigator, (303) 724-4588

For more information about the study, visit: Clinical Trials.gov and Rocky Mountain MIRECC for Veteran Suicide Prevention.

Our Team


Lisa A. Brenner, PhD Principal Investigator / Director, VA Rocky Mountain Mental Illness Research Education and Clinical Center
Lisa Betthauser, MBA, PhD Co-Investigator
Diana Brostow, PhD, MPH, RDN   Co-Investigator / Assistant Professor
Jeri Forster, PhD  Co-Investigator / Assistant Professor
Stephanie Landstrom, LCSW Study Clinician / CU Employee
Morgan Nance, MA   Study Coordinator / CU Employee
Molly Penzenik    Data Analyst / CU Non-Employee
Kelly Stearns-Yoder, MA  Co-Investigator
Marissa Tabak, LCSW Study Clinician / CU Employee
Aaron Werbel, PhD Co-Investigator
Spencer Young Research Assistant / CU Employee