Mental Illness: Stigma and its Consequences
Speaking of the "Mentally Ill"
Stigma and Mental Illness
Student Voices Loud and Proud - Breaking the Silence
Mental Illness: Stigma and its ConsequencesProf. Bruce Link of the Columbia University School of Public Health defines the term stigma as it has evolved over the past 6 decades and examines the consequences of stigmas for people with mental illness. The lecture was one of the faculty lectures at the Rambam Health Care Campus
Speaking of the "Mentally Ill"When diagnosing mental illness, words matter. Some words empower, while others stigmatize. How do those with mental illness want to be regarded? The Agenda has a conversation about language, labels and identity. Part of our Mental Health Matters series.
Stigma and Mental IllnessThis innovative video is a joint project of the IWK Health Centre and the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC). It was designed to help combat the stigma attached to mental illness and will be used to educate health care providers and hospital staff across the country who work with children and youth.
Student Voices Loud and Proud - Breaking the Silence"Breaking the Silence: Teaching the Next Generation About Mental Illness" (BTS) is an educational package designed to teach students on three grade levels, upper elementary, middle school, and high school about serious mental illness. The video features Brain & Behavior Research Foundation supporter Greg Barber, father of Neil Barber and creator of Neil's Wheels.