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Meet an AJO Researcher: Lauren Hindt

Meet an AJO Researcher, Lauren Hindt: “Ecological disruptions and well-being among children in foster care"

Our Meet an AJO Researcher series spotlights recent research published in the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry and the researchers behind this work.

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Supporting Mental Health for All: The Importance of Community Engagement

Supporting Mental Health for All: The Importance of Community Engagement

What does supporting mental health for all really mean? A difficult and complex question that I have reflected on, and while there is not one simple answer, at its core it involves a commitment to person-centeredness. Our World Mental Health Day discussion focused on the development, implementation, evaluation, and implications of How Right Now – a national, research-based communications campaign aimed to promote and strengthen the emotional well-being and resiliency of high-risk populations adversely affected by COVID-19 - related stress, grief, and loss.

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Meet an AJO Researcher: Sophia Fantus

Meet an AJO Researcher, Sophia Fantus: “Promoting a positive school climate for sexual and gender minority youth through a systems approach: A theory-informed qualitative study”

Our Meet an AJO Researcher series spotlights recent research published in the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry and the researchers behind this work.

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Meet an AJO Researcher: Gretchen Snethen

Meet an AJO Researcher, Gretchen Snethen: “Welcoming places: Perspectives of individuals with mental illnesses”

Our Meet an AJO Researcher series spotlights recent research published in the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry and the researchers behind this work.

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Meet an AJO Researcher: Elan C. Hope

Meet an AJO Researcher, Elan C. Hope: “Black adolescents’ anticipatory stress responses to multilevel racism: The role of racial identity”

Our Meet an AJO Researcher series spotlights recent research published in the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry and the researchers behind this work.

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Lessons from global settlements during the pandemic: Recognizing the 70th anniversary of the Refugee Convention

When COVID-19 was declared a pandemic on March 11, 2020, disastrous consequences were feared for refugees residing in overcrowded camps. These living quarters make social distancing impossible, in addition to low or non-availability of basic items to maintain sanitization and personal protection. However, agencies acted quickly and redirected their emergency programming to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Owing to the dedicated service of frontline workers, medical teams, volunteers, and refugees themselves, hundreds of thousands of lives were saved.

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Meet an AJO Researcher: Robin Kowalski

Meet an AJO Researcher, Robin Kowalski: “Racial differences in cyberbullying from the perspective of victims and perpetrators”

Our Meet an AJO Researcher series spotlights recent research published in the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry and the researchers behind this work.

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