The World Mental Health Survey Initiative
National Comorbidity Survey
World Health Organization Health and Work Performance Questionaire
WHO WMH-CIDI Training and Reference Centers for the Americas

United States
English language training

The University of Michigan's English language Training and Reference Center (TRC) offers a WHO WMH-CIDI training workshop two times per calendar year.


The next WHO WMH-CIDI training is scheduled for March 31 - April 3, 2014 in Ann Arbor, MI. 

To obtain registration forms and payment information, please contact Liza Chase at lchase@isr.umich.edu or by phone at
(734) 647-2112.

The cost for training is $3,000 per participant, with a discount for multiple participants from the same organization. Travel and lodging costs are not included. Training includes home-study training materials and 3 days of classroom training. In addition, participants will be expected to complete approximately 30 hours of home study.

If you have other questions, please contact Liza Chase at CIDI-Training@isr.umich.edu or (734)647-2112.

Secondary analysis of WHO WMH-CIDI data:

Training is provided for people who want to use the WHO WMH-CIDI to carry out data collections. There is no relationship between training and access to any datasets that might have used the CIDI in the past. If researchers have an independent relationship with a research group that has previously carried out a CIDI survey and are being provided access to those data, that is a matter between the individuals involved.

The TRC does not provide overview training in the WHO WMH-CIDI for people who are only interested in secondary analysis. All training assumes that the trainee is being trained to conduct data collection using the WHO WMH-CIDI questionnaire. Secondary analysts will still find the training useful, but must recognize that they will be required to participate in the exercises that involve practice interviewing and other aspects of training that assume that data collection is the goal of training.

Mexico
Spanish language training

The National Institute of Psychiatry in Mexico City will soon offer a Spanish language training.