Robert Drake, MD
Professor of Psychiatry, of Community & Family Medicine and of The Dartmouth Institute
- MD, Duke University, 1978
- PhD, Duke University, 1977
- BA, Princeton University, 1971
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Robert Drake, M.D, Ph.D., is the Andrew Thomson Professor of Psychiatry, Community and Family Medicine, and Health Policy and Clinical Practice at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and the former Director of the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center. Dr. Drake has studied psychiatric rehabilitation for nearly 40 years. He is internationally known for his many contributions to transforming services toward greater alignment with client goals and recovery process.
Dr. Drake is the co-developer of the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) model of supported employment, one of the most successful and influential of evidence-based practices. He has devoted his career to the conceptualization, development, evaluation, and dissemination of evidence-based practices, including IPS, integrated dual disorders treatment, and many other models. He has conducted numerous randomized controlled trials and has extensively reviewed the psychiatric rehabilitation literature.
1980 Distinguished Dissertation Award, American Psychological Association, Clinical Division
1985-86, 1986-87 Teacher of the Year Award, Department of Psychiatry, Dartmouth Medical School
1989 Community Psychiatrist Achievement Award, American Association of Community Psychiatrists
1989-94 NIMH Research Scientist Development Award, Level II
1993 Keystone Founders Award, National Case Management Conference
1995-2000 NIMH Research Scientist Development Award, Level II
1996 New Hampshire Alliance for the Mentally Ill Systems Change Award
1997 Armin Loeb Award, International Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services
1999 Alexander Gralnick Award for contributions to treatment of schizophrenia, National Alliance for the Mentally Ill
1999 Health Services Research Senior Scholar Award, American Psychiatric Association
2000 Exemplary Psychiatrist Award, National Alliance for the Mentally Ill
2002 Carl Taube Award for Outstanding Contributions in Mental Health Services Research, American Public Health Association
2008 Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment Champion Award, Case Western Reserve University
2008 Alexander Gralnick Award for Research on Schizophrenia, American Psychiatric Foundation
1982 Laughlin Fellowship, American College of Psychiatrists
1993 Andrew Thomson Chair, Dartmouth Medical School
2010-11 Visiting Professor, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College, The Maudsley Hospital, London, U.K.
Hazelden Press, 2013;In Press: Early psychosis and employment
Schizophrenia Research, 2013;146(1-3): 111-7 Peer providers as implementers of evidence-based supported employment services.
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, In Press: Will the complexities of dual diagnosis be addressed by health care reform?
Journal of Dual Diagnosis , 2013;11: 1-2 Health care reform and Behavioral Health: The Journey Ahead.
Journal of Dual Diagnosis , 2013;11: 94-95 Carbon monoxide feedback in a motivational decision support system for nicotine dependence among smokers with severe mental illnesses.
J Subst Abuse Treat, May 2013;Epub ahead of print: Comparing statistical methods for analyzing skewed longitudinal count data with many zeros: An example of smoking cessation.
J Subst Abuse Treat., Jul. 2013;45(1): 99-108