Child Study Center News
Robert Rohrbaugh, MD ‘82, Professor of Psychiatry, has been appointed Deputy Dean for Professionalism and Leadership Development in the Yale School of Medicine Office of Academic & Professional Development (OAPD).
- August 30, 2021Source: YaleNews
A national survey of the child care workforce conducted between May and June of this year found that, among 20,013 respondents, 78.2% were fully vaccinated. During that same time period, just 65% of the general adult population had been fully vaccinated.
- August 30, 2021
Eunice Yuen, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and in the Child Study Center, speaks about Asian American and Pacific Islander mental health on the American Journal of Psychiatry Residents' Journal Podcast.
- August 30, 2021Source: NBC Universal
This Point-and-Click Game Helps Reduce the Stigma of Addiction
- August 25, 2021
The Yale Global Mental Health Program’s seminar series has received an award from The Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Memorial Fund.
- August 24, 2021Source: Scholastic Reads Podcast
A new school year is upon us, and students are returning to the classroom—some for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic was declared in March 2020. How can educators and families navigate an uncertain landscape? To help everyone get off to a great start, the Yale Child Study Center + Scholastic Collaborative have created “Back to School, Back Together,” an online hub with SEL (Social and Emotional Learning) resources, stories of resilience, and expert insights.
- August 19, 2021Source: Psycom Pro
From “negritude” to “excited delirium,” racist language and behavior are still very much present in psychiatry – from engrained policies and under-representation in the field, right down to the patient charts.
- August 12, 2021Source: Journal of Pediatric Psychology
Medical-legal partnerships provide an opportunity for psychologists to broaden their interdisciplinary collaborations, to more aptly meet the social and legal needs of their patients to assist in reducing inequities among underserved pediatric populations. The systematic incorporation of MLPs into pediatric psychology training may help to increase the utilization of these services moving forward.
- August 12, 2021
Alan Lee, a fourth-year medical student at Yale School of Medicine, has been awarded a 2021-22 Helping Hands Grants Program award through the American Psychiatric Association Foundation and Yale School of Medicine’s program Compassionate Home, Action Together (CHATogether).
- August 11, 2021Source: The Washington Post
As drug-related deaths have spiked across the United States in recent years, doctors seeking to curb that surge are getting an unlikely new tool: a video game. The game, titled “PlaySmart,” was developed by Dr. Lynn Fiellin and funded in part by the National Institutes of Health.