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Assesses the results of a statewide survey to determine language differences among California adults' exposure to suicide prevention messaging, confidence to intervene with someone at risk of… (More)
Presents results of the 2014 California Well-Being Survey, which tracks mental illness stigma and discrimination, well-being, and exposure to prevention and early intervention activities among… (More)
This article reports on an evaluation of California mental health trainings offered to staff and students in California's higher education system.
This article examines the effects of a school-based theatrical performance, Walk In Our Shoes, designed to educate youth about and reduce stigma and discrimination toward mental illness.
This article reports on an evaluation of California mental health trainings offered to staff in California's K-12 system.
This article assesses differences in racial and ethnic groups' exposure to suicide prevention messaging, preferences for suicide crisis services, and confidence in their ability to intervene with… (More)
Volume 86, Number 6 www.aafp.org/afp American Family Physician 569 A 14-year-old girl presented with several weeks of intermittent right knee pain. The pain worsened after activity and improved with… (More)
This article evaluates the short-term outcomes of students attending the National Alliance on Mental Illness' Ending the Silence presentations, delivered across three high schools in a Northern… (More)
Presents results of a one-year follow-up to a survey on "Know the Signs," a California mass media suicide prevention campaign, and examines the effect of campaign exposure on respondents' confidence… (More)
This study examines mental illness stigma and related beliefs among young adults in California, especially whether levels of stigma are higher or lower than those observed in older adults.