As a global leader in innovation and research in integrated care, we actively foster new ideas and treatments and encourage collaboration.
Research Networking Group
The Division of Population Health's monthly networking group is for researchers
in integrated behavioral health care. The group explores ideas,
provides feedback on research-in-progress, discusses grant proposals, and makes
connections. For more information about the meeting or to sign up for email announcements, contact Tess Grover at email@example.com.
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, and can also be joined via Zoom video conferencing
Division of Population Health Research Networking Group Multimorbidity and Depression in Later Life
3:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Multimorbidity is an increasing problem, particularly later in life, and is associated with an increased risk of depression. Research shows that someone with multimorbidity is nearly three times more likely to be depressed. However, the reason for this association has not been thoroughly investigated. In this talk, Louise Sharpe, PhD, will present data from her PROMISE-D study that indicates pain and the number of illnesses are associated with depression, but that this relationship is fully mediated by rumination, both cross-sectionally and prospectively.
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.
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