ICYMI: Highlights from the 2022 Annual Meeting!

ICYMI: Highlights from the 2022 Annual Meeting!

Dr. Nivedita Lakhera and Greg Osei were amenable to recording Sunday’s artistic/literary discussion for those who were unable to attend. It was quite inspiring so do check it out!

Additionally, our Saturday speakers were generous enough to share selected slides (click on the title to access the pdfs) and resources from their talks. We are so grateful to them for their time and expertise!

Additional Resources/References:

Implicit Bias and Structural Racialization

The Impact of Racism on Child and Adolescent Health, American Academy of Pediatrics

We Must Speak to Patients and Families About Racism, Psychiatric News

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Wounded I Am More Awake: Finding Meaning After Terror

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Eco-anxiety: How We Can Harness Anxiety to Reduce Hopelessness

Ecological Grief and Anxiety, The Lancet

The impact of climate change on mental health and emotional wellbeing: current evidence and implications for policy and practice, Institute of Global Health Innovation

Ecological grief as a mental health response to climate change-related loss, Nature

Young people’s climate anxiety revealed in landmark study, Nature

Therapy in the Face of Climate Change

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