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UMass researcher, Nancy Byatt, turns idea into a nationally recognized program – read the article in Psychiatric News

Date Posted: Tuesday, June 06, 2017

It all began in early 2013 when Byatt applied for a “K award” (NIH grants aimed at early stage investigators to help them establish a research program) to fund a pilot program she called PRISM (for PRogram In Support of Moms). The program aimed to train OB-GYNs on how to screen and diagnose patients with depression, monitor patient progress, educate them about the benefits and risks of antidepressant therapy during pregnancy and nursing, and connect OB-GYNs with psychiatrists.

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