Mental Health Screening, Prevention, and Referral Program
iAIM EDU is a groundbreaking, NIH R01-funded study that aims to test whether a mobile mental health platform, compared to referral to usual care, is associated with improved uptake and symptoms.
Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), this study involves an online survey of student mental health administered at colleges and universities across the United States.
The survey assess many aspects of student health and well-being, and includes screens for risk factors associated with the most prevalent mental health issues on college campuses (depression, anxiety, and eating disorders). Student who screen at risk are connected to either a (1) coached mobile mental health intervention in cooperation with SilverCloud Health, or (2) usual care (like campus counseling centers and other community resources).
The iAIM EDU study represents a collaborative effort by scientists and research professionals from:
Interested in bringing iAIM EDU to your school?
Click on our Participate tab at the top of this page. Be sure to visit the Washington University School of Medicine’s iAIM EDU website, where you can find more information about the study as well as a preliminary interest form.
For more information, email the study coordination team at firstname.lastname@example.org.