MHRN was established with support by the National Institute of Mental Health with the aim of becoming a national resource for mental health care research. Our mission includes sharing resources developed in our Network. Similarly, our parent organization, the Health Care Systems Research Network (HCSRN) “strives to share lessons learned, streamline and standardize administrative processes and facilitate research…”. Below you will find links to some of the resources we have developed in MHRN to date.
MHRN’s data model, processes for routine and custom descriptive analyses, and publicly available code lists
Feasibility Pilot Program
Support for small feasibility pilot projects
Post-Doctoral Fellowship Program
Information about MHRN’s mental health researcher training program and links to program resources
Data Sharing Guidelines
Guidelines for project leaders and authors using data from multiple sites
Researcher and Advisor profiles and contact information
Facilities & Resources
Facilities & Resources section for grant applications involving MHRN health systems
Commonly used acronyms
Training materials on collecting sexual orientation and gender identity in electronic medical records, from the Fenway Institute’s National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center.