The SWELL Lab is seeking to hire a motivated student to join the lab as an undergraduate research assistant. The student will work closely with Dr. Dawson (SWELL Lab Director) and other lab members to develop and launch a new study. The aim of the study is to examine whether an online psychoeducational intervention can improve the sexual well-being of couples both day-to-day and overtime. The study fits within the broader goals of the SWELL Lab, which is to identify modifiable factors that can be used to bolster individuals’ and couples’ sexual well-being.
This is a paid position through the Work-Learn program and full information regarding the position can be found on CareersOnline.
The deadline to apply is September 1st, 2020.
Summary of SWELL Lab research
The Sexuality and Well-being (SWELL) Lab at the University of British Columbia investigates risk and protective factors contributing to sexual health in individuals and couples. We use a multi-method approach (e.g., psychophysiological assessments, daily experience methods, and longitudinal surveys) to identify mechanisms contributing to sexual health and then use these to develop interventions for people experiencing problems related to their sexuality. Our research and laboratory prioritize inclusivity with regard to sex/gender, sexual orientation, race/ethnicity, and other marginalized groups.