NEJM paper relates survey respondents' candid expressions of distress and admiration, among other emotions.
Washington state doesn't have enough psychiatrists to respond to its residents' need for mental health services.
Mental-health researchers examine which factors influence policymakers’ decisions to support treatments that showed success in trials.
Several new initiatives gain momentum, including help for pregnant moms, establishing mental health officers and preventing youth suicides.
Individual acts of violence have cumulative, far-reaching physical and mental effects on victims and communities, researchers write.
UW Medicine is creating the Garvey Institute for Brain Health Solutions to develop effective new treatments for brain disorders, with foundational funding of $50 million from philanthropists Lynn and Mike Garvey.
Philanthropists Lynn and Mike Garvey establish The Garvey Institute for Brain Health Solutions to investigate the effects of aging, trauma and addiction.
New funding will support UW Medicine efforts to address the state's behavioral health crisis through new facilities, training expansion, and telehealth services.
The Oct. 27 slayings of 11 people in Pittsburgh are raising anxieties among many people. Feelings of sadness and vulnerability can be overwhelming, said UW Medicine psychiatrist Doug Zatzick.
The Bozeman clinic, which began taking patients in January, is UW School of Medicine students’ first mental health project.