John Gilmore, MD, vice chair of Research and Scientific Affairs in the Department of Psychiatry and Duke Researcher Richard Mooney, PhD, discuss "Why Schizophrenics Hear Voices" on NPR's The State of Things.
The exhibit featured art from Brushes with Life artists, the movie by the same name, and artwork created by local area Charlotte artists who are adults living with mental illness.
Medical Directors from the state's public mental health system get updates from the state's new Medicaid Director.
The new technical assistance center will support ACT teams by providing ongoing program evaluation and quality improvement consultation.
The STEP Symposium offers mental health professionals, advocates, individuals and families living with schizophrenia an annual learning opportunity focused on innovative treatment approaches.
John Gilmore, MD, and Van Eure from the Foundation of Hope discuss the history of the Walk for Hope and the upcoming event. scheduled October 13.
The finding shows that certain parts of brain cells could play a critical role in anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, and obesity. Garret Stuber, PhD, is the senior study author.
Lebanon's specialized police units learn to deal effectively with domestic violence.
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