Building Resilient Attitudes through Virtual Engagements (BRAVE) study is a feasibility study funded by the University of Washington's COVID-19 Population Health Equity research grant. This study explores an interactive virtual engagement webinar series for Black and Asian adults and their mental wellness precipitated by the COVID crisis.
The Acupuncture and Telehealth (AcuTe) survey is an observational study on the acupuncture practices in the United States during the COVID-19 crisis. The study was approved by the University of Washington and funded by NCCIH.
UPDATE: The team has been invited to present the findings from the AcuTe study at the American Public Health Association conference in October 2020.
In partnership with the Tubman Center for Health and Freedom, this community-based participatory research study explores the health careneeds of the community members in the Pugent Sound region.