Phase 1 of Enhanced Measurement-Based Care Effectiveness for Depression (EMBED): A Canada-China Implementation Project (Salary Support for Postdoctoral Research Fellow) - Year two

EMBED (Enhanced Measurement-Based Care Effectiveness for Depression) is a multistage collaboration between mental health researchers and advocates based in Canada, China, USA, and Australia. Jointly funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the National Natural Science Foundation of China, this 5-year program is the first major research initiative of the APEC Digital Hub for Mental Health (http://mentalhealth.apec.org), which is hosted at the University of British Columbia in partnership with University of Alberta and the Mood Disorders Society of Canada, along with over 15 core partners from ministries of health and academic institutions across the Asia-Pacific region. This project will develop a novel, evidence-based implementation strategy for improving clinical care for depression in Shanghai, China, based on technology-enhanced measurement-based care (eMBC) tools developed by Canadian team members. TO BE CONT'D

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Gillian Murphy
Faculty Supervisor: 
Raymond Lam
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British Columbia
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