Managing Anxiety in Pediatric Primary Care (MAPP) Study Enrollment Opportunity
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Dear Primary Care and Pediatric Members of the Maine Association of Physician Assistants,
My name is Grace Imondi and I am a clinical research assistant at UConn Health in Dr. Golda Ginsburg's Child/Adolescent Anxiety and Mood Program (CAMP Lab).
Our lab is currently conducting a study that is funded by the National Institute of Mental Health that provides free training for pediatric primary care providers in a brief intervention to reduce anxiety in youth.
The intervention, called Managing Anxiety in Pediatric Primary Care (MAPP), is based on evidence-based interventions to reduce youth anxiety.
Please see the attached flyer for more information.
Grace Imondi and the MAPP study team
Grace Imondi (she/her)
Clinical Research Assistant 1
Department of Psychiatry
University of Connecticut School of Medicine
Office: 65 Kane Street Room 2033
West Hartford, CT 06119