The REACH Lab would like to congratulate Luke Novak on winning the College of Arts and Sciences’ Ovation Award for October. The Ovation Award recognizes students who consistently go above and beyond in their work on campus, and Luke was nominated for his reliability, the
Analysis from the REACH Lab’s work in Puerto Rico analyzing perceptions of financial compensation in work with PWID with was recently published the journal Ethics and Behavior. The purpose of the study was to examine participants’ perceptions of financial compensation and how these findings speak to the
How does the occurrence of a natural disaster impact the treatment plans and resources available to people who inject drugs (PWID) in rural communities?
This is the overarching research question guiding Roberto Abadie and Patrick Habecker’s project that was recently funded by an R21 grant from
“Find the people who are doing what you want to do, the people who share your passion, and join that program.”
This is what initially brought Jerreed to the REACH lab, and the most important advice he hopes to pass on to future scholars. As a
Tourism is Nebraska’s third largest source of revenue–after agriculture and manufacturing–yet it ranks 50thin the list of states people would like to visit. It is in this context that the Nebraska Tourism Commission recently revealed the state’s new slogan: Honestly, It’s Not for Everyone. A
Memory Manda came to the University of Nebraska in January 2018 as a recipient of the National Institute of Health (NIH) Fogarty grant for HIV Research Training. In Manda's native country of Zambia, the Nebraska Center for Virology researchers have found that those with HIV
Since 2014, REACH researchers have been working on ground-breaking investigations into rural injection drug use in Puerto Rico. With the lab's community partners, El Punto en la Montaña, REACH's findings regarding people who use injection drugs (PWID) in rural Puerto Rico and their risk behaviors, social networks,
The conference registration table is always an adventure, always an open question. Will they have printed my last name correctly on my name bag? The name that I have personally typed into multiple online registration fields and attached to the paper submitted for presentation? In
Dr. Patrick Habecker’ s new study examining Nebraskans’ social access to illicit drugs was featured in the Nebraska Today.
Check out the full article here.
Gladys Godinez, a participant in the Minority Health Disparities Initiative's Health Voice Vision project, was recently interviewed by Chuck Schroeder, the Directer of the Rural Futures Institute. In this episode of Catch of with Chuck, Gladys discusses a collaboration with a committed leadership team in the Lexington, Nebraska community that aims to build a