Research and Evaluation
Investing in maternal-child mental health is one of the best ways to lessen the occurrence of mental health conditions in future generations. Our ongoing work focuses on making high inter-generational impact with relatively small improvements in care.
Maternal Infant Dyad – Implementation (MInD-I) Project: Implementing Collaborative Care for Vulnerable Perinatal Populations
The MInD-I project, is testing the effectiveness of a novel implementation strategy -- longitudinal remote consultation (LRC) -- to improve the implementation effectiveness of collaborative care for perinatal depression.
Depression Attention for Women Now (DAWN) in Yakima
A feasibility study to test if text messaging, videoconferencing, and other adaptations of Collaborative Care can improve depression care for women in rural health care settings. Pilot testing is taking place in an OB-GYN clinic in Yakima, Washington.