This pandemic has uprooted nearly every aspect of our lives, including our exercise routines and regimens. For one medical student, walking has become an enjoyable and important way to stay active during these challenging times.
The Johns Hopkins Disability Health Research Center and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Mental Health Grad Network honor winners of the Meyer-Beers essay contest, which aimed to raise awareness about the high prevalence of mental health conditions and neurodiversity in academia.
In a virtual speaker series, the Hopkins Psychiatry Student Interest Group explores what distinguished psychiatrists at Johns Hopkins have to say about psychiatric care and mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR) may be an unusual physical phenomenon, but to some, it is also a delightful and cost-free way to help improve mental health and self-care routines.
The Mental Health Crisis in Medical Education: Sharing Stories, Normalizing Unwellness and Seeking Help
Anxiety, depression and burnout are common among medical students, trainees and physicians. A diverse panel of speakers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine discuss their experiences struggling with mental and emotional unwellness and the importance of seeking help.
Toxic stress is everywhere. As a pediatrician in Baltimore City, I acknowledge the elephant in the exam room at nearly every appointment. Abuse. Neglect. Domestic… Read More »Mental Health on the Reservation: Native American Teens and Toxic Stress
A sizeable crowd of over two hundred attendees gathered in Turner Auditorium on April 18, 2017, to hear discussions on mood disorders at the 31st… Read More »Hopkins Mood Disorders Symposium: Gaining Perspectives and Generating Conversations
The following submission is the first place winner of The Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation 2016 essay contest. You can read the original posting here. … Read More »Modern Neuroscience has the tools to treat psychiatric illness