Pathway RTC Researcher Featured in New York Times


Tamara Sale is the director of care for Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA) and principal investigator in EASA Connections, a Pathways RTC project.  This project brings together young adults who have been part of Oregon's early psychosis initiative to develop a peer-delivered series of web-based decision support tools for new individuals entering into early psychosis services.

Tamara was featured in a December 28, 2015 New York Times article that focused on early psychosis intervention.  

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