Beyond the Clinic: Re-imagining Early Intervention through the Lens of Structural Competency and Co-Production
Nev Jones, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Mental Health Law & Policy, University of South Florida & Clinical Assistant Professor, Yale University School of Medicine, Program for Recovery and Community Health (PRCH)
Dr. Nev Jones is a community psychologist and mental health services researcher whose work on youth and young adult mental health has spanned government, the non-profit sector and academia.
She is currently a Switzer Research Fellow (National Institute of Disability, Independently Living & Rehabilitation Research) focused on the long-term outcomes of young adults discharged from specialized early psychosis services, and co-leads a federally funded project aimed at developing a national early psychosis stakeholder research involvement network in the United States.
A ‘graduate’ of specialized early intervention in psychosis services, Dr. Jones has championed engaged, mixed methods research focused on the structural and sociocultural determinants of distress, disability and recovery, the perspectives of under-represented, culturally heterogeneous stakeholders, and the reconceptualization and rethinking of effective support, intervention and community integration.
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Call for Abstracts
IEPA is seeking abstract submissions for Symposia, Oral presentations and Posters at IEPA 11 in Boston. All talks will take place 8-10th October 2018 in the afternoon; poster sessions will take place during the lunch hours.* Each session is approximately 90 minutes long.
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