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.
ArticleFebruary 7, 2022A recent survey found the first evidence of significant decreases in public stigma toward depression in the U.S. Between 1996…
InterviewDecember 10, 2021In this interview, Bethany DiPaula, PharmD, BCPP, FASHP addresses the issue of stigmatization of patients with OUD, steps pharmacists can…
InterviewSeptember 3, 2021Laura Kaponer, Certified Peer Support Specialist, sits down with Dr. Miranda Fisher to share her perspective on how self-stigma can…
May Mental Health Awareness Month: An Interview With Reza Moghadam, PharmD, MBA, Executive Director, Head Of Field Medical AffairsInterviewMay 2, 2022
On-Demand WebinarMarch 9, 2022
Lessons Learned From A Street Medicine Physician: The Use Of Long-Acting Injectable Antipsychotic MedicationsInterviewFebruary 18, 2022
John Budin, MD (he/him)
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