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Our Spring 2016 Newsletter is here! Read more about new findings, progress and opportunities to collaborate.
The Precision Medicine Initiative and "The Journal of Job": It seems half of papers in mental health research journals describe the co-occurrence of misery. My colleague and I sometimes joke that we would like to start a new journal exclusively devoted to this scientific genre and call it “The Journal of Job.” The biblical reference would emphasize that the co-occurrence of misery is not just an old story - it’s actually an Old Testament story. But perhaps the White House and NIH Precision Medicine Initiative (PMI) offers some hope.
As a national resource for mental health research funded by NIMH, we are looking for collaborators. Connect with one of the MHRN site lead investigators to learn more about partnering with MHRN or join a Scientific Interest Group.
Transforming mental health research: Three studies demonstrate MHRN's capabilities.
MHRN brings together mental health researchers and research departments embedded in 13 large and diverse healthcare systems in a population-based approach to transforming mental health care; with expertise in mental health research as well as epidemiology, health services, economics, disparities, outcomes & quality assessment, and conducting pragmatic clinical trials in our health systems. We conduct "real world" research in health systems serving over 12 million patients.