1) Grow the field of nutritional psychiatry research by:
supporting the generation of high quality evidence for nutritional approaches to the prevention and treatment of mental disorders
sharing knowledge and building research collaborations
encouraging a multi-disciplinary approach to nutritional psychiatry research
building capacity in early career researchers by matching ECRs with mentors or qualified organisations in order to facilitate internships and study visits
building partnerships with other disciplines and organisations with common aims
2) Facilitate Knowledge Translation (KT) by:
promoting events, special edition journal issues, and major updates within fields of related research
providing forums for open discussion of new research developments, methodologies, and ideas
holding meetings and events supporting the development of the field of nutritional psychiatry research
supporting the translation of evidence into policy and clinical practice by acting as a resource for research evidence and consensus
building partnerships with health bodies and relevant government organisations
The field of nutritional psychiatry is rapidly developing and involves researchers from around the world from the fields of nutrition, mental health, population health and epidemiology. It is envisaged that this society be open to all whom may have an interest in this field, no matter what their discipline.
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