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The Global Alliance Mourns the Loss of Milton F. Shore
The Global Alliance for Behavioral Health and Social Justice (formerly the American Orthopsychiatric Association) mourns the loss of Milton F. Shore, who served as editor of the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry (AJO) in 1989–1993 and president of the American Orthopsychiatric Association in 1980–1981. Milt’s contributions to the association cannot be overstated. Read more...
Research & Policy Conference on Child, Adolescent, and Young Adult Behavioral Health
A preliminary agenda for the conference is now available! The conference, co-sponsored by the Global Alliance, will be held in Tampa, FL, March 5-8, 2017. Take advantage of the early bird registration rate by February 10, 2017. Don't miss presentations by our award winners!
AJO has a new look for a new year! Check out the table of contents of the first issue of 2017, which includes articles on mental health and homelessness, self-stigma and help seeking, and strategies for promoting young people's well-being. Also, be sure to read the Executive Committee's editorial about the exciting changes happening at the Global Alliance.
Global Alliance Recognition Recipients Announced
The Global Alliance recognizes significant contributions of individuals or organizations that align with and reflect the Alliance's core values. In particular, honorees engage in behavioral health research, practice, or advocacy that helps to promote more humane social policy. Our recent recipients include:
The Global Alliance is pleased to announce our 2017 awardees: Don Wertlieb, Mary Ann McCabe, Jeannie Annan, and Emily Vargas-Baron. Learn more about our awards and our awardees.
The Global Alliance is now accepting nominations for the Vera Paster award. The award is presented annually to a graduate student or post-graduate resident or fellow. The deadline for submissions is rapidly approaching! Learn more about the award and how to submit a letter of nomination.