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Population Health Research Spotlight
The Division of Population Health's monthly networking group is for research faculty and staff in integrated behavioral health care and population approaches to behavioral healthcare delivery. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. We welcome all Division research faculty and staff to participate and join the discussion.
Meetings are routinely held on the fourth Monday of each month from 4:00-5:00 PM in the UW Health Sciences Building, Room BB1640, and can also be joined via Zoom video conferencing
Date: Monday, June 24
Place: RR202 (note this is a different location than most months)
Presenter: Patrick Raue, PhD
Topic: TLay-delivered Behavioral Activation for Depressed Senior Center Clients: R34 Progress
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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