Summer Institute in Mental Health Research
Welcome to the Department of Mental Health 2017 Summer Institute.
Registration is open!
Academic Year 2017 - 2018 Courses
- 330.610.89 KNOWLEDGE FOR MANAGING COUNTY AND LOCAL MENTAL HEALTH, SUBSTANCE USE, AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY AUTHORITIES 1 credit, Tue 05/30/2017 - Fri 06/16/2017
- 330.621.11 MIXED METHODS FOR RESEARCH IN PUBLIC HEALTH 2 credits, Thu 06/15/2017 - Fri 06/16/2017, 8:30am - 5:00pm
- 330.626.89 ESTIMATING THE EFFECTS OF MENTAL HEALTH INTERVENTIONS IN NON-EXPERIMENTAL SETTINGS 1 credit, Tue 05/30/2017 - Fri 06/16/2017
- 330.627.11 GENDER AND MENTAL HEALTH 1 credit, Wed 05/31/2017 - Wed 05/31/2017, 8:30am - 5:00pm
- 330.630.89 STIGMA AND MENTAL HEALTH: ISSUES AND INTERVENTIONS 1 credit, Tue 05/30/2017 - Fri 06/23/2017
- 330.632.11 GRANT WRITING: NIH AND OTHER FUNDING SOURCES 1 credit, Fri 06/09/2017 - Fri 06/09/2017, 8:30am - 5:00pm
- 330.636.89 METHODS FOR HANDLING MISSING DATA IN PSYCHOSOCIAL RESEARCH 1 credit, Tue 05/30/2017 - Fri 06/16/2017
- 330.642.11 MANUSCRIPT WRITING FOR THE SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 1 credit, Tue 06/06/2017 - Tue 06/06/2017, 8:30am - 5:00pm
- 330.646.89 AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS IN PUBLIC HEALTH 2 credits, Tue 05/30/2017 - Fri 06/16/2017
- 330.647.11 CHILDHOOD VICTIMIZATION: AN OVERVIEW OF PUBLIC HEALTH EFFORTS 1 credit, Tue 05/30/2017 - Tue 05/30/2017, 8:30am - 5:00pm
- 330.658.89 MENTAL HEALTH AND PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT IN INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN SETTINGS 2 credits, Tue 05/30/2017 - Fri 06/16/2017
- 330.659.11 CURRENT ISSUES IN MILITARY MENTAL HEALTH 1 credit, Thu 06/01/2017 - Thu 06/01/2017, 8:00am - 5:00pm
- 330.669.89 EPIDEMIOLOGY OF MAJOR MENTAL DISORDERS 2 credits, Tue 05/30/2017 - Fri 06/16/2017
- 330.673.89 PREVENTION RESEARCH IN MENTAL HEALTH 1 credit, Tue 05/30/2017 - Fri 06/16/2017
- 330.681.89 MENTAL HEALTH AND PSYCHOSOCIAL NEEDS OF REFUGEES AFTER RESETTLEMENT IN HIGH INCOME COUNTRIES 1 credit, Tue 05/30/2017 - Fri 06/16/2017
Please note: A $50 course change fee will be charged if a change in registration from academic credit to non-credit or non-credit to academic credit is requested for institute enrollments.
To facilitate the unique learning opportunities of compressed courses, participants must be adequately prepared prior to the first class session. For most courses, instructors have prepared a packet of reading materials that all students are expected to read prior to the start of class.
Confirmed participants will receive instructions on how to access readings via email prior to the start of class.
Students are encouraged to register early so they have adequate time to obtain course materials and complete assigned readings before class begins.