JOURNALS/NEWSLETTERS/REPORTS

 

National Council Public Policy Update, 3-1-12

National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare

 

Recovery WORKS March 2012

ADHS/DBHS

 

ARIZONA

 

UA gets grant to help poor mothers battle drug abuse

Daily Wildcat (University of Arizona)

 

ADVOCACY/AWARENESS

 

Pickiness: The Secret Eating Disorder Nobody's Talking About

Newsweek/The Daily Beast

 

Therapy, support groups lend helping hand to unemployed

Medill Reports (Northwestern University)

 

U.S. senator raises questions about prescriptions written under Minnesota's Medicaid program

St. Paul Pioneer Press

 

Let's not lose the progress we've made for mentally ill

Minneapolis Star Tribune

 

'There is hope for addicts, and I am proof'

Tampa Tribune

 

Givens: To win war on drugs, focus on treatment

Gainesville Times

 

“Brain Dead Drug War Policy Saves People by Killing Them”

Daily Nexus (University of California, Santa Barbara)

 

Prescription Painkillers: When Are They Too Much of a Good Thing?

Huffington Post

 

DSM-5 Critics Pump Up the Volume

Medpage Today

 

My Third Letter to the APA Trustees

Psychiatric Times

 

The Early Psychiatrist: A Piercing Eye and Commanding Presence

Psychiatric Times

 

How American Psychiatry Can Save Itself: Part 2

Psychiatric Times

 

POLICY/FUNDING

 

City Braces For Cuts To Mental Health Services

WDSU (New Orleans, LA)


Mental Health Cuts Leave North Shore Officials Nervous

WDSU (New Orleans, LA)

 

IL Cuts Hit Mental Health, Help Balance Budget

WIFR (Rockford, IL)

 

Kentucky auditor recommends changes in Medicaid program

Louisville Courier-Journal

 

YOUTH

 

Children Mending Hearts

Huffington Post

 

Our Meds, Ourselves

Daily Spectator (Columbia University)

 

Medicaid: Help in hard times

The Madison Times

 

Online Therapy Helps Teens Recover From Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

NPR

 

Heroin becomes fatal addiction for more area teens

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

 

How to Talk with Kids About School Shootings

PsychCentral

 

MILITARY/VETERANS

 

UM starts veteran mentoring program

The Kaimin (University of Montana)


Hire Me! Veterans: Invisible wounds make it tougher to find and secure a job

New York Daily News

 

Leon Panetta Weighs-In on PTSD Diagnosis Controversy at Madigan Army Medical Center

Seattle Weekly

 

For some vets, the Iraq war will never end

CBS News

 

Exposing the Ugly Details of the Military Sexual Violence Epidemic

American Civil Liberties Union

 

Coming Home From War to Hit the Books

New York Times

 

HOMELESSNESS

 

Altering Clothes, and Lives, With Design

New York Times

 

SCIENCE/RESEARCH

 

Cannabis use tied to psychosis recovery trouble

Reuters

 

Unemployed fathers six times more likely to be depressed, study finds

Medill Reports (Northwestern University)

 

Bupropion After Nonresponse or Partial Response to an SSRI or SNRI?

Psychiatric Times

 

Bullies, Victims 3 Times More Likely to Have Suicidal Thoughts

PsychCentral

 

Weight History May Be Vital to Bulimia Treatment

PsychCentral

 

Computer Therapy for Schizophrenia

PsychCentral

 

Stress, Depression Linked to Accelerated Aging

Medscape

 

Pain Docs Have Highest Ratio of Patient Deaths to Opioid Rx

Medscape

 

Stress, Depression Linked to Accelerated Aging

Medscape

 

Omega-3 supplements may help reduce bipolar depression symptoms

MedWire News

 

Psychosis patients show increased stress-induced dopamine release

MedWire News

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