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Melinda Fawcett

Raising Hope at Work Participant Spotlight: Carol Mathews, MD

Raising Hope at Work returns for the first time since 2019. Have you previously participated in the campaign? Yes, I have participated in RHW every year since 2016. Why do you choose to participate? I really believe in re-investing in the important work that is done here.  This…

City of Gainesville Journey to Juneteenth Celebrations

The City of Gainesville continues the Journey to Juneteenth with additional events around town this weekend. Below are a few of the highlighted events, for a complete list and details for all events please visit the City of Gainesville website at https://www.gainesvillefl.gov/J2J…

Recognizing Wellness Challenges in Today’s Health Care Environment

UF NEWS+NOTES – There is now greater recognition across the medical field that the stressors inherent to working in health care can be exacerbated by regulations governing the provision of care, policies that affect workflow, technological barriers, staffing shortages and work-life conflicts.

Pride Month

As we enter LGBTQ+ Pride Month we will be highlighting LGTBQ+ Americans’ contributions to the field of mental health.

APA Podcast: How Are College Students Doing?

Listen as our guests Dr. De Faria and Dr. Menon discuss the mental health of college students. Over the past two years, issues that college students normally face have been exacerbated by the uncertainty and grief associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, societal reckonings, and racial and political tensions. So, how…

Christian Garcia selected to SEC Emerging Scholars Program

Christian Garcia, Research Graduate Assistant, in Dr. Sara Jo Nixon’s Neurocognitive Laboratory, has been selected as a 2022-23 participant in the Southeastern Conference’s (SEC) Emerging Scholars Program. Christian will attend the SEC Emerging Scholars Career Preparation Workshop held at the University of Missouri this September. Established…

Pride Month

As we enter LGBTQ+ Pride Month we will be highlighting LGTBQ+ Americans’ contributions to the field of mental health.