The UW psychologist’s new memoir explains how her personal experience led to development of Dialectical Behavior Therapy.
The NIMH awarded a third round of funding, enabling the MHRN to conduct larger studies in integrated health systems on topics that matter most.
Discovering better ways to care for people who are depressed or have chronic pain, one of KPWHRI’s founding scientists has helped change health care around the globe.
A conversation with KPWHRI’s Dr. Michael Von Korff, ScD, as he retires after 36 years of transformative health research
Dr. Gregory Simon says research is needed to see if this new drug for persistent depression will prevent suicides.
For 27 years the psychiatrist-scientist has been researching and developing innovative population-based mental health programs.
Led by KPWHRI scientists, the study, “Predicting Suicide Attempts and Suicide Death Following Outpatient Visits Using Electronic Health Records,” aims to target those who need interventions most.