Longitudinal Impact of Childhood Adversity on Early Adolescent Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic in the ABCD Study Cohort: Does Race or Ethnicity Moderate Findings?
During the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, mental health among youth has been negatively affected. Youth with a history of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), as well as youth from minoritized racial-ethnic backgrounds, may be especially vulnerable to experiencing COVID-19–related distress.
What is known on the subject?
- Dual diagnosis is a term used to describe persons who have a co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.
- It is the cause of significant economic burden to health care, justice and educational systems.
- It is well reported that to date dual diagnosis is under-diagnosed and poorly treated within the confines o
Presented by Professor Frances Kay-Lambkin (University of Newcastle), Dr Adrian Dunlop (University of Newcastle / Hunter New England LHD) and Dr Lawrence Dadd (Hunter New England LHD) by the end of this webinar, attendees will be able to:
Perspectives of healthcare providers, service users, and family members about mental illness stigma in primary care settings: A multi-site qualitative study of seven countries in Africa, Asia, and Europe
Stigma among healthcare providers is a barrier to the effective delivery of mental health services in primary care. Few studies have been conducted in primary care settings comparing the attitudes of healthcare providers and experiences of people with mental illness who are service users in those facilities. Such research is necessary across diverse global settings to characterize stigma and inform effective stigma reduction.