The UT Austin School of Nursing T32 Transdisciplinary Precision Health Intervention Methodology Training program is a five-year grant funded by the National Institutes of Health. This unique program aims to create a national model for training nurse scientists in precision health by providing predoctoral trainees with:
- cutting-edge knowledge and methodologies in precision health,
- high-level training across disciplines,
- access to resources to enhance nursing science.
Recognizing that the U.S. health care infrastructure was originally designed to treat acute illnesses one disease at time, nurse scientists have long advocated for effective self-management strategies that address competing treatment regimens and incorporate social determinants of health. At the same time, nurse scientists have significantly advanced implementation science by tailoring interventions to address the unique features of target populations. Cultural tailoring of intervention protocols to enhance their sensitivity for specific target populations has become a prominent implementation method led by many nurse scientists.
This Transdisciplinary Precision Health Intervention Methodology Training Program is the only one in the nation with a precision health methodology training focus and was the only new T32 training program funded by NINR in 2020.
Learn about the background, objective, goal, and approach of the T32 Training Program.
Meet our Executive Leadership Team, External Advisory Committee, and Core Faculty.
Learn about the T32 Precision Health Methodology Summer Boot Camp hosted by UT Austin School of Nursing.
Register now for the list of T32 Precision Health online CNE courses and obtain CNE credits.
The University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing invites applications for our Predoctoral Training Program. We look forward to recruiting new T32 training fellows each year through the duration of this grant.