STEP Program

step program

The STEP (Sleep, Trauma, and Emotional Processes) program, led by Dr. Scott M. Pickett, examines the influence and interaction of vulnerabilities, such as maladaptive emotion regulation and sleep disruption, on negative mental and physical health outcomes. Primary vulnerabilities of interest are those associated with psychological trauma. Current projects utilize a variety of research designs from basic social and biomedical science to clinical trials.

For more information about the STEP Program, please contact Dr. Scott Pickett at Scott.Pickett@med.fsu.edu


Projects


Project MED (EMTs and Nurses)

For current or former emergency medical technicians (EMTs), paramedics, and Registered Nurses

The purpose of this research project is to examine the consistency of predictors across a variety of health, emotion, and occupational variables in a specific population. The study is open to adults 21 years or older who are currently working or have worked as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), paramedic, or registered nurse (RN) in any setting. The online survey will take approximately one hour to complete. Upon completion, participants will be directed to a separate webpage to enter their contact information to obtain an electronic Amazon gift card worth $10.

This study is being conducted by Samantha M. Nagy, M.S. through Oakland University.

To participate, complete this survey and follow the instructions.

Project MSTER (Florida Panhandle Residents)

The purpose of this research project is to examine the consistency of predictors across a variety of health, emotion, and occupational variables in a specific population. The study is open to adults 18 years or older who have been affected by the events of Hurricane Michael. The survey will take approximately one hour to complete. Upon completion, participants will be compensated $10 in the form of an Amazon gift card.

This study is being conducted by Scott M. Pickett, PhD and Samantha M. Nagy, M.S. through Florida State University.

To participate, complete this survey and follow the instructions.

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