LGBTQ+ individuals face health disparities linked to stigma and discrimination. This webinar will explore the barriers to high quality health care, LGBT teen mental health and ways to train medical students on providing inclusive care.
Schools play an important role in screening for student health and providing critical support, but they often lack the capacity to best serve all students in need.
To address mental illness, leaders are focusing on social determinants and integration of behavioral and physical health care through primary care providers.
Mental health conditions are relatively common, affecting 1 in 5 adults as well as 1 in 5 youth aged 13 to 18.
Broken Places explores why some children are severely damaged by early adversity while others are able to thrive. Producer/Director Roger Weisberg revisited some of the abused and neglected children he profiled decades ago in order to dramatically illustrate how early trauma shaped their lives as adults. Broken Places interweaves these longitudinal narratives with poignant observations from a few nationally renowned experts to help viewers better understand the devastating impact of childhood adversity as well as the inspiring characteristics of resilience.
A keystone piece of a statewide media partnership, this reporting project will investigate persistently high suicide rates in Oregon and the West, what can be done, and the implications for the increasing national suicide rate.
Recovery coaches help patients with substance use disorder by serving as a personal guide from treatment through recovery.
One in five Americans say they feel lonely or socially isolated–and this lack of meaningful social connections can have life threatening consequences. This webinar explored strategies for addressing loneliness across age groups and considered its effect on health.