The National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the American Psychiatric Association (APA) have announced that they will not fund a new study into the link between mental illness and mental illness.
The APA announced the decision on Friday, arguing that the new study, which looked at data from a small number of studies, was too small to be meaningful.
The NIH will now focus on other research on the topic, which could provide new insight into the issue.
It will be up to the APA to determine whether to fund the study.
The new research has been commissioned by the APPA, the NIH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other federal agencies.
But the APAC has said that the funding decision could affect its own research into the connection between mental illnesses and mental health.
“We think this is a very significant announcement and the decision is a really important one, but it’s not a decision we take lightly,” said Dr. Thomas F. Fowler, the APAA’s chief medical officer.
“In the absence of funding from the APSA, we will work with the NIH and other stakeholders to make sure this is done correctly and is not wasted.”
The APSA has been working on the study for more than two years, and the APCA said that it has received funding from NIH, NIH and the CDC.
The American Psychiatric Society (APS), a group of more than 40 mental health and behavioral health professionals, also has been in discussions with the APS to fund it.
The group has also been trying to find funding for the research, but the APAs decision is likely to affect the research on that front, too.
The study was funded by the National Institutes for Health (NIA) and is being conducted by researchers from Duke University, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and Massachusetts General Hospital.
It was originally supposed to be released in the fall of 2020, but was delayed several times over the last year.
The researchers said they are “still reviewing the results and we’ll keep you updated.”
Dr. David M. Weinstock, director of the National Institute of Mental Health, told reporters on Friday that the researchers had done “an excellent job” and were looking forward to releasing the results.
He said that if the NIH funding doesn’t change the outcome, the study will be published in a future edition of the journal Psychiatry Research.
The scientists behind the study, called the National Research Initiative on Mental Health (NPRM), have said that their study is important because it will help the APAP determine whether it is appropriate for the APTA to fund research into mental illness that is not of their own choosing.
“There is a large body of evidence that supports that mental illness can lead to increased mortality, even among people who have not been diagnosed with a mental illness,” NPRM co-author Dr. Sarah A. Stoll told The Washington Post.
“I would like to see it be funded in a way that’s not being used to promote the interests of those that have been diagnosed or to make the APOA feel bad about its own work.”
The NIH and APA have been in negotiations for years over funding mental health research, with each receiving more funding than the other.
NPRM has proposed spending $1.8 billion over the next five years, while the APs research has proposed a budget of about $1 billion.
Both groups have criticized NPRM’s approach, and it is unclear whether the APDA or NIH will ultimately agree to fund both research projects.