Graduate Research Registry

If you don't see any listings below, then we are currently not posting any current graduate studies related to caregiving. Check back soon. If you want to post your own graduate study, read about how to submit a listing on the main Research Registry page.

Relationships and Anticipatory Grief Levels among Alzheimer’s Family Caregivers

If you are a primary caregiver of a person with Alzheimer's Disease between the ages of 18 and 85, you are invited to be part of a research study to learn about familial relationships and caregiver strain, and about the relationship between satisfaction with support services and caregiver strain.   The researcher, Tirizia York, is a doctoral learner at Capella University in the School of Public Service Leadership.

Caregiving for Mental Illness

My name is Tayler Jensen. I am completing a research project under the direction of Dr. Kim Shifren for the honor’s thesis in psychology program.

Was your loved one diagnosed with major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, anxiety and panic disorder, or another severe mental illness? Have you provided care for your relative for at least two months?

Cognitive Adaptation and Posttraumatic Growth among HIV Caregivers

Are you a caregiver? My name is Erin Norton, I am a Clinical-Psychology doctoral student at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, LA campus. I am investigating cognitive processes and growth among caregivers. To participate you must be 18-years or older, a current caregiver of an individual with HIV or AIDS, able to read and understand English, provide ongoing activities of daily living or instrumental activities of daily living, do not care for more than one recipient, and not solely a nurse, social worker, case manager, etc.