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  • Responding to the Psychological Consequences of Terrorism Consensus Study
    The intent of the study is to highlight critical issues regarding the mental health response to terrorism and to provide possible options for intervention and for policy. Particular attention will be paid to the infrastructure for the implementation ...
  • Incorporating Research into Psychiatry Residency Training Consensus Study
    An Institute of Medicine (IOM) committee will provide strategies that permit research experience and/or more intensive research training tracks while meeting the requirements for clinical competency in Adult and Child Psychiatry.
  • Behavioral and Social Sciences in Medical School Curricula Consensus Study
    A committee will review the approaches used by medical schools that have incorporated behavioral and social sciences into their curricula, develop a list of prioritized topics from the behavioral and social sciences for possible inclusion in medical ...
  • Pathophysiology and Prevention of Adolescent and Adult Suicide Consensus Study
    The Institute of Medicine study committee examined the state of the science base, gaps in our knowledge, strategies for prevention, and research designs for the study of suicide.
  • Committee on Health Literacy Consensus Study
    This study assessed the problem of health literacy and consider the next steps within a public health/public education framework.
  • Informing The Future General Publication
    This biannual publication highlights the work of the IOM over a two year period, providing insight into the nature of the IOM’s work and its distinctive role in health and health policy.
  • Clinical Research Roundtable Roundtable
    This Roundtable is no longer active.
  • Forum on Microbial Threats Forum
    The Forum on Microbial Threats provides a neutral venue for stakeholder discussion and scrutiny of critical issues on the research, surveillance, detection, and response to the evolving disease threats of humans, plants, and animals.