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Stigma

Stigma is amorphous: it is structural, embedded in the social fabric; it is expressed as discrimination; and it is internalized in the form of self-blame, deterring some in distress from seeking help. Here in this library find resources for the latest in diagnosis and treatment.

Featured Resources

Follow-Up Q&A With Dr. Sloan Manning & Paul Gionfriddo– Giving Mental Illness A Voice: Patient Perspectives On Self-Disclosure & Stigma

Follow-Up Q&A With Dr. Sloan Manning & Paul Gionfriddo– Giving Mental Illness A Voice: Patient Perspectives On Self-Disclosure & Stigma

During this follow-up podcast, Dr. Sloan Manning and Paul Gionfriddo respond to additional questions from their May 23, 2019 webinar, “Giving Mental Illness A Voice: Patient Perspectives On Self-Disclosure & Stigma.” Sloan Manning, MD, is the Medical Director at Novant Health Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine, an Adjunct Associate Professor…
The STARR Coalition Seeks To Destigmatize Mental Health Research Through Innovative Initiatives & Programs

The STARR Coalition Seeks To Destigmatize Mental Health Research Through Innovative Initiatives & Programs

Join Luke Kramer, Executive Director of the Starr Coalition, as he discusses stigma involved in mental health research, goals for clinical research in mental health, and various initiatives the STARR Coalition is advancing in an effort to destigmatize mental health research Featuring: Luke Kramer Executive Director, The STARR Coalition Dennis…

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  • Paul Gionfriddo,

    Stigma Section Advisor

  • John Budin, MD

    Stigma Section Advisor

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Top Requested Presentations

The Neuropsychiatric Inventory: Development & Applications

Diagnostic & Statistical Manual Of Mental Disorders–Fifth Edition (DSM-5): Key Updates VS DSM-IV-TR

Distinguishing Sedation From Efficacy In Antipsychotic Treatment

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