CMHC News Archive
Stephanie Samples O’Malley, recently named as the Elizabeth Mears and House Jameson Professor of Psychiatry, focuses her research on the development of more effective treatments for substance use disorders, primarily the abuse of alcohol and tobacco, and research supporting effective policies to regulate tobacco.
- July 29, 2019
Yale School of Medicine (YSM) students and faculty play a key role ensuring the approximately 250 refugees who arrive annually to Greater New Haven receive high quality health care and guidance as they transition to a new health care system. The Yale Refugee Health Program (YRHP), which seeks to provide a medical home for refugees, coordinates these efforts.
- June 26, 2019
Highlights from the June 12, 2019, American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) congressional briefing on the potential public health crisis of e-cigarette use among youth and young adults.
- June 26, 2019
The Connecticut Documentation & Observation for Teaching System (CT DOTS) is a framework to guide early care and education providers in monitoring children’s progress on the skills, abilities and behaviors in the Connecticut Early Learning and Development Standards (CT ELDS). This article provides information about the development and implementation of the CT DOTS.
- June 25, 2019
The Connecticut Mental Health Center Foundation has partnered with the New Haven Play Project to bring the performance "Survivors of Society Rising" to the Long Wharf Theatre on June 28.
- May 29, 2019
This winter, Maritime Odyssey Preschool launched a new two-generational initiative that directly benefits parents, children, and the preschool itself: the Career and Family Coaching Institute.
- April 29, 2019
Each of PEER’s partner communities is crafting its own approach to supporting children and families during the transition to kindergarten. In Stamford, a major focus is improving communication between preschool teachers and kindergarten teachers.
- April 24, 2019
At a pediatric clinic in Kirksville, Mo., a young boy is waiting in an exam room to be vaccinated. A nurse explains the shots to his mother, and Lisette Chibanvunya translates. Chibanvunya is one of two Congolese interpreters hired by the Northeast Health Council to help the clinic care for refugees and immigrants from central Africa.
- April 17, 2019
Campus community invited May 31 – June 1
- April 16, 2019
A new small-molecule drug produced a rapid antidepressant response similar to that of ketamine when tested in mice, a new Yale-led study published April 16 in The Journal of Clinical Investigation shows.