Strategies to Prevent and Treat Adolescent Substance Use
Join Dr. Uche Aneni as she discusses some of the most pressing issues in the youth substance use space and opportunities to treat and prevent use.
Original air date: June 26, 2023
Maternal mental health in the U.S.: Practical considerations for our lives and communities
Join Emese Parker to learn more about the state of maternal mental health in the U.S., recent national policy developments, as well as practical tools, tips and resources to support women in your personal life and public health work.
Original air date: May 15, 2023
988 In Action
Join us for a moderated conversation as we discuss the shift from the ten-digit National Suicide Prevention Hotline to the three-digit 988, goals for the lifeline, a discussion of whether 988 is meeting needs of communities, and where panelists might see 988 moving in the future.
Original air date: April 13, 2023
Dangerous Diagnosis: How the Legal System Fails Those with Mental Illness
Join us for a conversation with Matt Collinson, MHS '17, as he discusses how and why individuals with mental health and substance use disorders are pulled into the prison system and how disparities in access to treatment perpetuate a significant public health concern.
Original air date: March 7, 2023
A Life Simulation Setting: Delivering Comprehensive Care to Neurodivergent Young People
Join Rick Silver, MD, ScM ’83, as he discusses how he delivers comprehensive care through “a life simulation setting”, which includes executive function skill building, medication, and family involvement resulting in the skills needed for independence.
Original air date: July 21, 2022
Strategies for Supporting Adolescent Mental Health
Join us for a panel discussion on how anxiety and depression are identified, why we’re seeing an increase in cases, and what intervention methods can be adopted to support the health and well-being of young people.
Original air date: March 3, 2022
Impact of Migration on Physical and Mental Health
This facilitated conversation will focus on the mental and physical health risk to migrants worldwide, from pre-migration to post-migration. Panelists will discuss the data surrounding the immigrant health paradox, acculturation, and the medical and legal advocacy work that is being done in the United States to address the health of the refugee and migrant populations with which the panelists engage.
Original air date: March 1, 2022