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April 25, 2023 - Navy Research Psychologists (LT Rhoton and LT Carnes) recently travelled to Norfolk, VA to conduct rapid response surveillance aboard USS JOHN C. STENNIS (CVN 74). The ship is currently in a multi-year shipyard maintenance period. Due to several high-profile suicides aboard other ships, USS STENNIS leadership requested research support to help them identify risk factors and implement evidence-based approaches to prevent potential adverse events. Supporting this effort, LT Carnes and LT Rhoton helped collect key survey data and focus group data from over 1,000 Sailors to inform ready crew state and guide interventions. This type of project is one of many forward leaning efforts RPs are currently conducting to address the health and readiness of the Fleet.
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Develop, evaluate, and manage programs designed to provide skilled personnel for the submarine and nuclear power training schools.
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