is to convene alliances and develop programs
around clinical, and policy measures to improve the quality of life for underserved, underprivileged, and underrepresented at-risk populations. We achieve our mission through education,
research, and policy implications as these programs highlight
the impact of the nursing shortage and leadership in the United
States and its territories.
Minding the Gap: Improving Mental Health – Eliminating Stigma
September 23, 2010 - 5:30 PM
Medical Education and Research Building -
Wendy and Solomon Luo, MD Auditorium
3500 N Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19140
This colloquium series was developed to respond to the acceptance, healing, and supportive partnership between healthcare professionals, the faith and community-based contingency, clergy, mental health consumers, and policy makers to address parity of mental health diseases such as depression and bipolarism.
Define mental illness and distinguish it from ordinary worry and unhappiness.
Describe the partnership between the faith-based community, academia, clinical communities, and policy makers in providing an improved safety net to enhance mental health and its related services.
Discuss the role of health policy in improving equality for mental health services.
Provide resource information about mental health services.
More information Coming Soon!
Mental Health: The Burden of Disease on Healthcare Disparities:
Understanding Depression and Bipolar Disorder
Clinical, Faith-Based, Policy, and Community Partnerships for
Improved Mental Health Outcomes
-- A Panel Discussion