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Research Summaries


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The goal of the Waypoint Research Institute is to advance evidence-based mental health and addictions research.  Communicating the findings of research is key to achieving this goal.  The Institute’s researchers publish their findings in leading peer-review scientific journals.  In addition, Waypoint Research Institute
Research Summaries provide brief, non-technical descriptions of projects conducted by the team and their collaborators and include take-away messages that highlight the clinical and policy implications of the research.

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Trauma Among Psychiatric Workers 
RS-18-02  RS-18-02
Quantifying Work-Related Psychosocial Risk Factors
 RS-18-03 RS-18-03
As Needed Medication Use for Anxiety
RS-19-01 RS-19-01 Decreasing the Negative Effects of Work-Related Stress
 RS-20-01 RS-20-01
Harm or Harmful?
RS-20-02 Tool May Help Prevent Use of Seclusion in Forensic Psychiatric Hospitals
 RS-20-03 RS-20-03 Two Developmental Pathways Among Male Forensic Patients  RS-20-04
RS-20-04 Risk Assessments Help with Decisions about Forensic Patients
 RS-20-05 RS-20-05 Weight Gain Related to Length of Stay in Forensic Institution  RS-20-06
RS-20-06 Most Substance Use Treatment Needs Are Not Recognized
 RS-20-07 RS-20-07 Adverse Childhood Experiences and Intimate Partner Violence  RS-20-08
RS-20-08 Treatment Needs of Intimate Partner Violence Offenders