Novel study examines pre-existing predictors of post-traumatic stress symptoms in aftermath of disaster

The Resilience in Survivors of Katrina Study (RISK) study has followed a cohort of low-income parents from a year before (baseline) exposure to Hurricane Katrina, and then 1, 4 and 12 years post disaster in order to learn more about the short- and long-term impacts. The findings of this study published in PLOS ONE contribute … Continue reading “Novel study examines pre-existing predictors of post-traumatic stress symptoms in aftermath of disaster”

When trying to receive health care for depression, discrimination does not help

Our Bell Fellow Leslie Adams collaborated on this paper based on a qualitative component of a larger, mixed-methods, community-based participatory research study focused on understanding how health care discrimination influences depression treatment preferences. The study provides a more in-depth investigation of the implications of negative interactions in the health care sector for diverse people with … Continue reading “When trying to receive health care for depression, discrimination does not help”