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Dr. Nixon Selected as 2015 UFRF Award Recipient

Sara Jo Nixon, PhD has been selected as a 2015 University of Florida Research Foundation (UFRF) Professorship award winner. The purpose of these awards is to recognize faculty who have […]


UF Health Hospitality & Service Standards of Behavior Update

Seven teams have now successfully completed the UF Health Hospitality and Service Standards of Behavior training! 1. Adult Inpatient 2. McKnight Brain Institute, Psychiatry Administration 3. CARD – Center for […]


2015 NAMI | Florida Advocacy Rally

Mental Illness Advocacy supporters took to the Old Capital Steps in Tallahassee on March 24th for the National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI) Florida Advocacy Rally. Their message, Stigma = […]


UF Center for Addiction Research & Education Third Annual Addiction Symposium

Download flyer here: CARE_Third_Annual_Symposium                                   At the conclusion of this activity, the participant will […]

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Jimmy Carter stands in for wife at Phillips Center event

Former President Jimmy Carter spoke on behalf of his wife Rosalynn Carter about her book “Within Our Reach: Ending the Mental Health Crisis,” followed by a discussion moderated by Dr. […]


National Doctors’ Day

March 30, 2015 We Thank our UF College of Medicine physicians and housestaff and the community physicians who practice at UF Health Shands Hospital for your commitment and caring. We […]


Pathway to Recovery: The Mental Health Crisis with Rosalynn Carter

Rosalynn Carter has led the fight against the stigma of mental illness for nearly 40 years. On Tuesday, March 31 at 8 p.m. in the Phillips Center at UF, the […]


Psychiatry Residency Program Welcomes New Residents

We are very pleased to announce the Psychiatry Residency Program’s successful outcome in this year’s Match. The match of 10 PGY1s requires a lot of recruiting and support from Faculty, […]

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UF neurologist honored as a White House Champion of Change

UF neurologist honored as a White House Champion of Change

University of Florida neurologist Michael Okun, M.D., has been named one of eight to be honored by the White House as a Champion of Change for Parkinson’s disease.

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