Collaborative for Resilience and Emotional Wellness Science
The mission of this transdisciplinary research group is to understand, promote, and improve the social and emotional well-being of all patients experiencing serious and/or complex pediatric conditions, their families, and their care team. This exploration will serve to create generalizable knowledge and potential interventions. Read more here: Mission, Vision, & Goals
CREWS has been successful in contributing to generalizable knowledge through its 16 research projects, several poster and oral presentations, and one published manuscript.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What are the benefits of joining CREWS?
CREWS is a multi-institutional, transdisciplinary group that is dedicated to research focused on the social and emotional well-being of patients, families, and the care team.
The collaboration allows members to share insight and feedback with others, including experience with mixed-methods research and qualitative interviews.
Trainees are able to gain experience through mentored research projects.
With the Community Advisory Board, research projects can be evaluated and feedback received from family members.
Strong value of incorporating diversity, equity, and inclusion in the group and within projects.
How can I become a member of CREWS?
Please complete this Google Form.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or reach out to a member of the Coordinating Committee with any questions.
How can I get involved with CREWS projects?
Please complete this Google Form if you are not already a member and indicate where you would like to get involved. A member of our team will be in contact with you.
How can I propose a new project to collaborate with CREWS on?
Please complete this Google Form to the best of your ability with information about the proposed project and how it fits in with the mission, vision, and goals of CREWS.
How can I share anonymous feedback or concerns with CREWS Coordinating Committee?
Please complete this Google Form to share feedback.