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Briefing: Return on Investment of Early Intervention in Mental Health Care
Join us for a briefing on what California can learn about investing in mental health prevention and early intervention and mitigating burdensome lifetime costs of untreated mental illness.
Economic Dimensions of Personalized and Precision Medicine
The book explores recent empirical applications of personalized and precision medicine, as well as the intersection of the scientific, clinical, and economic factors affecting the development of PPM.
To Help People with Mental Illness, Keep Them in School
In the struggle to help people with mental illness cope with their affliction, a powerful long term tool has been overlooked: school. Seth Seabury and Thomas Insel write on the importance of education in expanding opportunities for patients with serious mental illness.
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