IDEAS Center Training Opportunities
NEW!! Children's Mental Health Policy Research Fellowship NEW!!
Are you an early career researcher who cares about children’s mental health? The kinds of mental health services children get as a result of state, federal, or systems policies that mandate that care? Who gets care under those policies, and if the care is evidence-based? What the outcomes are of these state, federal, or systems child mental health policies?
If so, then apply to join us in our collaborative efforts to conduct research in this exciting new research area to explore how state, federal, and systems policies shape children’s mental health and well-being. Our one-year transdisciplinary fellowship program (April 1, 2020 through March 31, 2021) offers experiential learning, didactic training, and intensive faculty mentoring to help launch your career in the field of children’s mental health policy research.
**Please note: Fellows who are selected to the program remain at their home institution, and are only required to travel to Washington University to attend the Summer Institute (May 4th-8th, 2020).
Learn from national experts and experienced faculty from the Implementation Research Institute (IRI) about:
SYSTEMS SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
• Agent-based modeling & simulation:
Doug Luke, PhD & Todd Combs, PhD
COMPLEX POLICY ENVIRONMENTS
• Impact of state policies on kids’ health:
Kimberly Hoagwood, PhD & Jonathan Purtle, DrPH
DISSEMINATION & IMPLEMENTATION
• Longstanding national training programs in D&I research (IRI) and children’s mental health services research (T32):
Enola Proctor, PhD & John Landsverk, PHD
CHILDREN'S GLOBAL HEALTH & WELLNESS
• Implementing EBP’s in low- and under-resourced environments:
Mary McKay, PhD & Fred Ssewamala, PhD
Please submit your application for consideration for the
Child Mental Health Policy Research Fellowship by January 27th, 2020.
All applications should be mailed to Stacey McCrary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions about this new and exciting opportunity to help launch your career in children’s mental health policy research? Please contact Stacey McCrary, at email@example.com.