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DukePsychiatry 14h
Congratulations, Dr. Ramos!
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DukePsychiatry 16h
New U.S. postal stamp to benefit ppl w/! The image of a green plant sprouting from the ground covered in fallen leaves symbolizes the PTSD healing process. Proceeds will go to the . Learn more in this article.
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DukePsychiatry 17h
. study suggests social support, especially from family, plays an important role in improving cardiovascular health of adults.
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DukePsychiatry 18h
Last year, Carrie Brown, MD, MPH, transitioned into a position at the . Brown, a 2008 graduate of our psychiatry residency program, hasn't had the most traditional career path--but she wouldn't have it any other way. Learn more:
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DukePsychiatry 18h
Check out this story about employees' cherished coffee mugs--featuring Duke Psychiatry's ! Do you have a fave coffee mug? Send a pic and tell us about it!
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DukePsychiatry Dec 5
Duke Psychiatry’s Scott Compton & collaborators have contributed to research indicating that online therapy () may provide a solution to limited accessibility of traditional treatments.
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DukePsychiatry Dec 5
Nobel Laureates prof Bob Lefkowitz of (2nd from L) & prof Paul Modrich of (center) were among the attendees.
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DukePsychiatry Dec 5
Duke Psychiatry prof Murali Doraiswami (far R) & prof Geoff Ginsburg (far L) were thrilled to host prof George Church (2nd from R)--genomics & gene editing expert & Duke alum--for a talk today on .
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DukePsychiatry Dec 5
Duke Psychiatry’s Ernestine Briggs-King & co-authors recently found that children w/a caregiver affected by problems or are at ⬆️ risk for negative outcomes, e.g. & . Early treatment for trauma is key!
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DukePsychiatry Dec 5
Increasing numbers of young adults w/ are enrolling in college. Duke Psychiatry’s Tara Chandrasekhar argues that now more than ever, clinicians must be knowledgeable about the challenges of ASD & how to best support these students.
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DukePsychiatry Dec 5
pose a significant threat. To better understand this, several Duke Psychiatry faculty members have identified correlates of e-cig use incl. age, race & that have important implications for improving treatment.
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DukePsychiatry Dec 5
Yes, that is correct. We apologize!
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Lauren Franz Dec 4
⁩ ⁦⁩ Plain language science
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Durham Center of Innovation Dec 4
A new study on complications of reveals an concerning high prevalence of reduced bone mineral density in patients with the eating disorder--even in teenagers and young adults.
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DukePsychiatry Dec 4
Today we celebrate International Day of Persons with Disabilities. aims to promote the rights & well-being of people with disabilities in all spheres of society & create momentum toward more diverse & accepting communities. Learn more:
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DukePsychiatry Dec 4
WATCH: What are the psychological effects of on children & their families? And how can we provide compassionate care for our Latino/a/x patients? Watch this lively panel discussion to learn more!
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DukePsychiatry Dec 3
Earlier this week, a heart transplant team at became the first in the U.S. to transplant an adult heart into a recipient through a process known as Donation after Circulatory Death, or DCD.
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DukePsychiatry Dec 3
A new study led by Duke Psychiatry's Jim Blumenthal found that a healthy diet and aerobic exercise could improve patients’ ability to function and to think, remember, and make decisions.
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DukePsychiatry Dec 3
researchers: This is a great opportunity to share your thoughts and professional expertise!
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DukePsychiatry Dec 3
Please note that this talk has been canceled.
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