Active Surveillance of Policy Ecosystems and Networks (ASPEN)

Project ASPEN is a collaboration between a team of researchers from Rutgers University and the National Alliance on Mental Illness New Jersey (NAMI NJ) that is funded by a grant from the William T. Grant Foundation (Active Surveillance of Policy Ecosystems and Networks (ASPEN) to Enhance Brokering of Research Evidence into State Policymaking). This three-year project will develop and implement an intervention to facilitate policymakers’ access to and use of research evidence that is relevant to adolescent mental health policy, specifically implementation of universal adolescent mental health screening in New Jersey public schools.

Co-Principal Investigators

Itzhak Yanovitzky

Itzhak Yanovitzky

Professor of Communication and Chair of the SC&I Health and Wellness Faculty Cluster

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Matthew Weber

Matthew Weber

Associate Professor, Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Minnesota

 

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