Health and Psychosocial Instruments (HaPI) is a bibliographic database that contains over 222,000 records providing detailed, comprehensive information about health and psychosocial measurement tools across diverse disciplines and professions. For over three decades, HaPI has been the premier instrument database for behavioral measurement instruments in the fields of medicine, nursing, psychology, public health, social work, counseling, communication, and sociology. The HaPI database is produced by Behavioral Measurement Database Services (BMDS).
BMDS is now inviting applications for a $500 merit-based HaPI Measurement Scholarship, to be awarded up to twice a year to selected graduate students, to support their master’s thesis, dissertation or other research in the health or psychosocial sciences. Any U.S.-based graduate student in the health or psychosocial science fields (e.g., psychology, counseling, sociology, social work, nursing, public health) who is in their 2nd year or beyond is eligible to apply for a HaPI Measurement Scholarship. The amount of the award is $500.00. Up to two awards will be given per year.