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January 21, 2018
VIDEOCAST: ADOLESCENT SUICIDE PREVENTION: RECOGNIZING TEENS AT RISK & RESPONDING EFFECTIVELY Scheduled for January 24, from 8:30 AM12:30 PM, this adolescent suicide prevention workshop will highlight techniques for early detection and management of young people at risk, along with a discussion about an NIMH study on the neurobiology of suicide. Speakers include NIMH scientists and NIMH grantee David Brent, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry, Pediatrics and Epidemiology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. To watch: Read More


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    As with other serious illnesses, mental illness is not your fault or that of the people around you, but widespread misunderstandings about mental illness remain. Many people Read More

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