Due Date: 12/31/20
The ThriveNYC Investigators’ Hub (I-Hub) is a collaborative platform for national and global investigators who have an interest in mental health services research and evaluation. ThriveNYC invites investigators to work alongside the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and other City agencies to generate novel ideas around mental health research and service delivery and to contribute to expanding new evidence involving the ThriveNYC initiatives, the first large-scale city intervention in mental health of its kind.
There are many research and evaluation opportunities with requests for project ideas, grouped under the guiding principles of Change the Culture, Act Early, Close Treatment Gaps, Partner with Communities, Use Data Better, and Strengthen Government’s Ability.
Program listings with specific requests for project ideas (RPIs) are noted in their description hyperlink. Program listings without an RPI have a description of the program and/or program evaluation. Investigators are welcome to submit novel research questions for any of the 54 initiatives, even if there is not an RPI. For those projects without an RPI, investigators are invited to reach out to CIMH with questions or requests for additional information. Research designs of different scopes and sizes are welcome including, but not limited to, qualitative research, community-based participatory research, and program evaluations.