Child Health Poll: more than 1-in-4 Tennessee parents worried their kids have undiagnosed depression, anxiety
May. 24, 2023—The latest analysis of the 2023 Tennessee Child Health Poll, released during National Mental Health Awareness Month, has found that roughly 29% of Tennessee parents are concerned their child has undiagnosed anxiety or depression.
Poll shows more than 1-in-4 Tennessee parents worried their kids have undiagnosed depression, anxiety
May. 17, 2023—The latest analysis of the 2023 Tennessee Child Health Poll, released during National Mental Health Awareness Month, has found that roughly 29% of Tennessee parents are concerned their child has undiagnosed anxiety or depression.
Apr. 6, 2023—Vanderbilt is is studying how the use of shared medical appointments — when patients with common needs meet together with several health care providers — might impact loneliness, as well as other factors such as depression, substance abuse and utilization of emergency care.
Sep. 22, 2022—Vanderbilt University Medical Center is partnering with 11 institutions on a $14 million NIH-funded project that aims to establish voice as a biomarker used in clinical care.
Jul. 15, 2022—Season 3 of the “Vanderbilt Health DNA: Discoveries in Action” podcast series will kick off with a live Twitter Spaces chat about mental health, featuring several teens from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee.
Apr. 28, 2022—A Vanderbilt found that research into depression risk and resilience factors for adults with ASD is also critical to guide proper screening and intervention efforts.
Dec. 2, 2021— by Emily Stembridge Researchers across four health care systems, including Vanderbilt University Medical Center, have found that increased depression polygenic scores are associated with increased white blood cell count, highlighting the importance of the immune system in the etiology of depression. Despite a wide understanding of depression as a psychiatric disorder, depression’s underlying biological...
Nov. 19, 2021—Are you a mother who has been feeling stressed, sad, or down? Researchers at Vanderbilt University are recruiting 8-to 12-year-old children and their biological mothers for a study of depression prevention. Mothers and their children will be asked to complete questionnaires, fill out cell phone surveys for 10 days and complete an 8-week virtual intervention....
Nov. 19, 2021—Volunteers are needed for a research study to better understand depression in teens aged 14-17 years. Teens and their biological mothers can earn up to $140 combined. If you are interested in learning more, complete the contact form here: https://redcap.link/teenstudies and a study team member will be in touch within 2-5 business days. For more information, call...