Division of Integrated Care & Public Health Research MeetingsAs a global leader in innovation and research in integrated care, we actively foster new ideas and treatments and encourage collaboration. Research Networking Group
Our monthly networking group is for researchers in integrated behavioral health care. Our group is designed to explore ideas, provide feedback on research-in-progress, discuss grant proposals, and make connections. Meetings are routinely held on the fourth Monday of each month. For more information about the meeting or to sign up for email announcements, contact Lindsay Bell at firstname.lastname@example.org. Meetings are routinely held on the fourth Monday of each month from 3:30-5:00 PM in the UW Health Sciences Building, Room BB1640. Upcoming Meetings Monday, March 24
Evaluating Work Force Training Curriculum
Evidenced based practices (EBPs) lack broad dissemination into multidisciplinary integrated care teams addressing complex mental health issues. Brief behavioral skills trainings are being developed and disseminated to address this issue, but little is known about their true reach and longer-term impact. Kari Stephens and Suzanne Kerns will discuss a recent Royalty Research Fund application and lead a discussion on future research directions that support evaluation of work force training curriculums with a framework of dissemination and implementation science and a focus on return on investment. Monday, April 28
Consulting Psychiatrists' Perspectives on Working in Integrated Care
Anna Ratzliff, MD, PhD and Katie Norfleet, MD Global Mental Health Research Meeting
Join other researchers interested in global mental health issues in an informal meeting focused on discussion and problem solving. We typically meet monthly and send out an agenda the week before via our listserv. To join the listserv visit this link.