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Myron Lowell Belfer, M.D.

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Available: 01/01/24, Expires: 06/01/24

There are two projects designed to develop child mental health capacity in China. The first is a project to develop a model program for the delivery of child mental health services in Shanghai. This project has both a mixed methods research component and a health services implementation component. The project duration is expected to be two years. A student would participate in the research design and initial phases of developing the project implementation structure. The mentor is actively engaged in this project. The second project is to develop a standardized accreditation for child and adolescent psychiatrists in China. Research on the development of training standards is part of the project. There is also the opportunity with mentor guidance to learn about he politics of inter-institutional collaboration.

Safety and efficacy of diagnostic imaging technology training in resource poor settings
International, 03/22/11 - 05/22/11
Testing the PICA-III-R in an Urban Population of Honduras Adolescents
International, 06/23/05 - 08/16/05
An ethnographic study of the experiences of migrant families with accessing child mental health services in Hong Kong
International, 06/22/09 - 08/10/09
Determinants of mental health and psychosocial functioning in Tsunami-displaced children in Aceh Province, Indonesia
International, 06/14/07 - 08/09/07
Associations between Maori culture and Maori mental health in the context of Te Rau Hinengaro National Survey
International, 06/10/07 - 08/16/07
Assessment of psychological well-being of children living in barracks in Banda Aceh, Indonesia
International, 06/24/07 - 08/24/07
Project Support at a Refugee Clinic in Northern Thailand, fall 2011
International, 10/24/11 - 12/10/11
Improving WHO Communications Capacity for Disaster Response
International, 02/14/11 - 04/15/11
Toolkit to improve World Health Organization communications in response to disasters and crises
International, 09/29/10 - 05/20/10
Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorders: Volunteering at the Gipuzkoan Autism Association, GAUTENA
International, 06/10/07 - 08/05/07
WHO: Developing a toolkit for training to improve communications during humanitarian emergencies
International, 09/29/10 - 11/12/10

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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.