In her 2018 interview on mental health around 9/11, Dr. Kelly Stein-Marcus’ closing comments were on the effect of media and mental health. Today, PsychU returns to talk with Dr. Stein-Marcus to further explore the relationship between media and mental health during and after a disaster. She discusses what has been learned from events between 9/11 and COVID-19 including SARS, ebola and the Boston Marathon bombing.
Check out the rest of the After A Natural Disaster or Tragedy series below:
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