Research Interest Groups (RIGs)

Established RIGs


The ARIG is working to create a research and EBP agenda that will align resources, support scientific inquiry, and further the advancement and translation of knowledge to CRNA practice. Learn more

Biobehavioral Health

Representing a wide variety of research interests under the biobehavioral health umbrella, the BHRIG focuses on supporting researchers with methods education and mentoring. Learn more


The ExRIG works to disseminate best practices and cutting-edge research via multiple outlets, including practices and cutting edge research in patient transport via multiple outlets. Learn more

Health Systems/Informatics

The HSIRIG is working to support the advancement and translation of research and EBP findings to improve the accuracy of MHS resource planning and the quality and safety of clinical care. Learn more

Military Family

The FIG’s goal is to generate family-based research that will influence policy and program development, support evidence-based decision making, and optimize the care of the military family. Learn more

Military Women’s Health

The MWHRIG's mission is to expand the foundation of knowledge upon which can be built expert practices in the preventive, acute, and chronic health care of servicewomen and evidence-based policies and programs. Learn more

Evidence Databases

Each RIG is developing a searchable database summarizing military-relevant literature on their topic of interest. The Military Women's Health RIG is pleased to provide access to their completed database.

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The content of the website is the sole responsibility of the individual Research Interest Groups and does not reflect the official policy or position of the TriService Nursing Research Program, the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, or the Department of Defense.

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