Latest News from PRCH
James Kimmel, Jr. joins Dr. Phil to discuss his forthcoming book: "Justice Addicted Nation: The Science Behind America's Rage and Violence Epidemics and How to Stop the Spread"
- July 14, 2022Source: Dr. Phil - "Phil in the Blanks" Podcast
James Kimmel Jr. joins Dr. Phil to discuss how science may prevent school shootings.
- March 21, 2022
Chyrell Bellamy, PhD, MSW, associate professor of psychiatry, has been appointed director of the Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health (PRCH). She replaces Larry Davidson, PhD, professor of psychiatry, who retires as director after leading PRCH for 22 years.
- March 21, 2022
Miraj U. Desai, PhD, assistant professor of psychiatry, was selected as one of the National Minority Quality Forum's (NMQF) 40 Under 40 Leaders in Minority Health.
- February 25, 2022
A recent successful NIH K01 application by Miraj U. Desai, PhD, assistant professor of psychiatry, will be used, for a three-year period, in the annual mock review of the prestigious NIH Health Disparities Research Institute.
- February 23, 2022Source: Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment
Milena Stanojlovic, PhD, Postdoctoral Associate, and Larry Davidson, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry, are co-authors of, "Targeting the Barriers in the Substance Use Disorder Continuum of Care With Peer Recovery Support."
- February 23, 2022Source: International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction
Milena Stanojlovic, PhD, postdoctoral associate, and Maria O'Connell, PhD, associate professor of psychiatry, are first and senior authors, respectively, of a paper that discusses the benefits of providing recovery coaching services in the emergency department for people with substance use disorders.
- February 14, 2022
Despite Precautions, COVID-19 Pandemic Disproportionately Impacts People From Minoritized Backgrounds
A new study by researchers at Yale School of Medicine has found that people from racial and ethnic minoritized backgrounds have been disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic despite being more likely to engage in health and safety precautions than their white counterparts.
- February 09, 2022Source: The Connecticut Examiner
The stress of family, health and employment in the wake of the pandemic has created a high demand for mental health services in Connecticut. But for Spanish-speakers, who represent an ever-growing population in the state, finding mental health professionals who can understand and speak their native language is a particular challenge.
- February 03, 2022Source: Social Work in Mental Health
Musical Intervention (MI) is a public space that supports individuals who seek opportunities for creativity and connection with the broader community. A new study by Yale researchers sought to evaluate and understand MI through surveys, qualitative interviews, and ethnographic observations.