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RAISE In The News

9/06-07/2017: Harmonizing Clinical Data Collection in Community-Based Treatment Programs for First-Episode Psychosis
NIMH convened stakeholders to discuss data harmonization for future Early Psychosis Intervention Network.

12/01/16: 2016-2017 Psychiatric Services Achievement Awards -- OnTrackNY / WHCS earned a silver award for their treatment program based on a CSC intervention from the RAISE study. (Psychiatric Services)

07/20/16: Treating Early Psychosis in the ‘Real World’ (Medscape)

02/01/2016: New Plan to Treat Schizophrenia is Worth Added Cost, Study Says (New York Times)

12/28/2015: Program Expands Schizophrenia Patient’s Role in their Own Care (New York Times)

12/28/2015: NEJM Journal Watch Psychiatry Top Stories Of 2015 (New England Journal of Medicine Journal Watch)

11/30/2015: A Game Changer for Mental Health (U.S.News & World Report)

10/20/2015: Study Suggests New Way to Treat People After First Schizophrenia Episode (Washington Post)

10/20/2015: In Treating Schizophrenia, a Balancing Act Between Drug and Talk Therapy (PBS NewsHour, video)

10/20/2015: New Study Could Change How Schizophrenia is Treated (Here & Now, NPR, audio)

8/28/2015: How to Halt the Violence (New York Times)

8/26/2015: Psychosis Treatment Program Expands in New York (NIMH Science Update)

5/12/2015: A Secret Worth Sharing: U.S. is beginning to expand a groundbreaking mental health program (U.S. News & World Report)

3/13/2015: Risk Calculators Help Doctors / Patients Choose Best Treatment (NIH Record)

12/31/2014: Early Intervention could Change Nature of Schizophrenia (USA Today -part of the “Mental Illness: the cost of not caring” series)

12/12/2014: Medications for Patients with First Episode Psychosis May Not Meet Guidelines (NIMH press release)

10/8/2014: Increased Health Risks Linked to First-episode Psychosis (NIMH press release)

10/16/2013: New Maryland Mental Health Initiative Focuses on Identifying and Treating Psychosis (Baltimore Sun)