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Release Date: 04/04/2024 Source: Podcast

Dr. Judith Cook’s Center releases new episode of its Participatory Action…

Dr. Judith Cook's Center released a new episode of its Participatory Action Research (PAR) podcast series featuring an interview with Dr. Laysha Ostrow, who reflects on her personal recovery journey and advice to scholars who are interested in applying participatory action research techniques and starting their own small businesses.


Release Date: 04/04/2024 Source: Association for Academic Psychiatry

Dr. Joseph Cooper presented at the Association for Academic Psychiatry (AAP)…

Joseph J. Cooper, MD was the Workshop Facilitator, “The Formative Assessment Rubric Experience (FARE) to Improve Lifelong Learning,” (with Ashley Walker, Melissa Arbuckle, David Ross, Daniel Moreno de Luca, Hannah Pazderka, and Bernice Yau).


Release Date: 04/04/2024 Source: National Institute on Drug Abuse Webinar

Dr. Natania Crane gave an invited talk, "Cannabis and Mental Health"

Dr. Natania Crane gave an invited talk, "Cannabis and Mental Health" at the Northwest and Pacific Southwest ATTCs and the Western States Node of the NIDA Clinical Trials Network (CTN) monthly webinar on February 28, 2024


Release Date: 04/04/2024 Source: Discover Magazine

Dr. Lisa Suarez is featured in an article in Discover Magazine

Dr. Suarez discusses how living in a large metropolitan city can impact your mental health.


Release Date: 04/04/2024

In February 2024, Dr. Rusch was invited by the Undocumented Student Resources…

In this interactive workshop, participants learned about the mental health challenges associated with being an undocumented or DACA individual. Joining us virtually is Dr. Dana Rusch, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at University of Illinois at Chicago. Using her experience as a mental health provider and policy advocate, Dr.


Release Date: 04/04/2024 Source: NPR All Things Considered Podcast

Dr. Alex Leow's appearance on NPR's "All Things Considered"

Dr. Leow and retired two-star Army General Gregg Martin discuss mental health in the military, and their mission to let veterans know there is life after a bipolar diagnosis.