A survey examining the 2016 election’s impact on young people found results that U-M researchers say could signal a public health concern.
No doctor in training should be penalized for addressing his or her mental health, one U-M student says. How she and her school are working to change attitudes.
A new study finds that steps to reduce prescriptions of a class of drugs that poses special hazard for older people are working. But many at-risk patients still receive them.
The medical community widely recognizes the stresses physicians face. Now it is time to take measurable steps toward changing the profession.
A long-term study in more than 1,100 people yields a new seven-factor framework that could help patients, clinicians and researchers.
The intrusive methods licensing boards use to evaluate physician impairment may actually promote stigma around mental health — without improving patient safety.