Submit Project Requests for Planning, Design, Construction and Renovation
All new planning, design, construction and renovation project requests should be submitted to VCU Facilities Management via eBuilder, which will be used to track and manage projects throughout their life cycle. This includes using eBuilder during the updated project design approval process to improve efficiency, transparency and coordination between Facilities Management and its stakeholders. A link to eBuilder is available at the following URL. For more information, contact Molly Case at email@example.com or visit https://fmd.vcu.edu/planning--design/.
Wearable Sensors for Tracking Tummy Time in Infants
Researchers in the Department of Physical Therapy are conducting a study to test the use of wearable sensors to track tummy time in infants. Full-term and preterm infants aged three to six months are invited to participate. Parents of enrolled infants will attach the sensors to their infant's clothing and record natural play for few hours each day at home for three days. Compensation will be provided. If your baby is eligible, please contact VCU's Motor Development Lab at the following telephone number or email address. For more information, contact Motor Development Lab, Department of Physical Therapy, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (804) 415-8603.
Participate in a Survey Study on Behavior Change Counseling
Are you a health-care clinician or student who practices or trains in Virginia? If so, then you are likely eligible to participate in a survey study conducted by faculty at VCU. We are interested in how health-care professionals have learned behavioral health counseling, specifically motivational interviewing. Those who complete the 20-minute survey will be entered into a bi-monthly gift-card drawing. Click on the following link to participate. For more information, contact Rashelle Hayes, Ph.D., at email@example.com or (804) 827-3695 or visit https://redcap.vcu.edu/surveys/?s=NWWYMP4W44.
Do You Smoke Tobacco Cigarettes?
Individuals who smoke tobacco cigarettes daily are needed to participate in research studies. Compensation will be provided. View the screening survey at the following URL. This study will be conducted at VCU. Principal Investigator is Alison Breland, Ph.D., Department of Psychology. For more information, contact Nicoleta Gaitan at firstname.lastname@example.org or (804) 827-3562 or visit https://cstp.vcu.edu/studies/.
On Your Mark …
… Ready, SET, Health. Researchers at VCU are looking for young women interested in changing their diet and physical activity routine to enroll in a new study. Eligible participants will receive a free program designed to help them meet their goals for healthy living. The study requires two in-person data collection visits (one before the program and one after), but the entire four-month program is conducted completely online. For more information, contact OPT for Health - VCU School of Medicine at email@example.com or (804) 827-2250 or visit http://www.readysethealthvcu.com.