2023 Friedman Lecture and Awards features innovations in quality mental health care for older adults
Don’t miss the 22nd Annual Friedman Lecture & Awards on April 21 for engaging keynote speakers and panelists to learn more about innovations in mental health care for older adults.
‘You will get better’: See the inspirational notes Sen. John Fetterman’s kids wrote while he’s treated for depression (Links to an external site)
Psychiatrist and Asst. Professor, Jessi Gold, MD discusses the importance of children to “see parents as human” and discuss mental health struggles in age-appropriate ways.
Wash U professor’s work leads federal officials to listen to mental health patients (Links to an external site)
New Institute Faculty Scholar Morgan Shields, a professor of social work at the Brown School, says that “patient centeredness” is essential in psychiatric patient care.
How to Recover From Burnout (Links to an external site)
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry & Institute for Public Health Faculty Scholar, Jessie Gold, MD discusses a “burnout” as a workplace-associated condition.
More than one-third of St. Louis K-12 students change schools midyear, new report shows (Links to an external site)
Why are more than a third of K-12 students changing schools mid-year? Institute for Public Health Faculty Scholar, Jason Jabbari, points to a few reasons.