The following SPH Centers and School partners create opportunities for continued public health education and promote coordination among academia, government, and healthcare sectors to strengthen the public health workforce infrastructure in Rhode Island and across the US.
Advance CTR serves as a central hub to support and train the next generation of clinical and translational researchers in Rhode Island. Through its interdisciplinary and inter-institutional model, Advance-CTR funds and supports research across the translational science spectrum and provides research services and support and professional development opportunities to investigators across the state.
Whether you are beginning the teacher track in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction training, or are an advanced practitioner looking to refine specific teaching skills, the Mindfulness Center at Brown has options to support your learning pathway.
The NEATTC is part of the ATTC Network, an international, multidisciplinary resource for professionals in the addictions treatment and recovery services field. The NEATTC works to promote evidence-based practices and services, to advance the knowledge and skills of the workforce serving those with substance use or other behavioral health disorders, and to foster regional alliances among culturally diverse practitioners, researchers, policy makers, funders, and the recovery community.
RICAP is an academic-community partnership that brings together providers and community leaders, academic researchers, and people with lived experience of mental illness and substance use disorders for stakeholder engaged Comparative Effectiveness Research and dissemination of best practices in behavioral health.