Adderley Positive Research Incubator
Healthy Minds: Addressing Mental Health and Help-Seeking Behavior in College Student Populations
December 13, 2018
A light reception will follow the presentation
Michigan Ross Campus, Blau Hall, 700 E. University, Colloquium, 5th Floor, Ann Arbor
Join us as we celebrate our 200th Adderley Positive Research Incubator presentation!
Research is the heart of Positive Organizational Scholarship (POS), and we want to make sure that we support each other in developing high quality research. To that end, we created the Adderley Positive Research Incubator for sharing and encouraging POS-related research ideas that are at various stages of development.
Since our first gathering in 2004, the Adderley Positive Research Incubator has enabled 120+ researchers in the field of Positive Organizational Scholarship to share research ideas while still in development. This safe space encourages the development of high-quality research and allows for positive, constructive feedback on projects still in progress.
About the talk
This presentation will provide an overview of survey data and intervention research by the Healthy Minds Network, a large-scale research initiative to improve understanding of mental health and help-seeking in adolescent and young adult populations, particularly college students.
Daniel Eisenberg is S. J. Axelrod Collegiate Professor of Health Management and Policy in the School of Public Health at the University of Michigan, where he is also affiliated with the Population Studies Center and the Comprehensive Depression Center.
His training is in economics and mental health services research. His broad research goal is to improve understanding of how to invest effectively in the mental health of young people, particularly college students. He directs the Healthy Minds Network (HMN) for Research on Adolescent and Young Adult Mental Health (www.healthymindsnetwork.org), which administers the Healthy Minds Study, a national survey study of student mental health and related factors.