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Mental Health Daily
Hogg Foundation for Mental Health

April, 2016

The Atlantic
April 19, 2016
Running a jail is about much more than processing and housing people awaiting trial. At larger facilities, efficiency, personnel management, and resource allocation may mean the difference between swift and delayed justice. Now, some administrators are setting a new goal: making their jails run more like companies. 
Associated Press
April 19, 2016
WASHINGTON — The Justice Department hopes to launch a pilot program this summer to help police agencies better deal with people with mental illness. Deputy Attorney General Sally Quillian Yates made the announcement Tuesday at a summit on mental illness.
New York Times
April 19, 2016
When it came time for the pre-publication legal review for my most recent book, I had an idea of what to expect, or so I thought. I was right about one thing: The review was a veritable inquisition. But I was wrong about the subject of the lawyer’s concern. It wasn’t the A.P.A. Instead, she was worried, nearly obsessively, about my accounts of interactions with my therapy patients.
U.S. News & World Report
April 19, 2016
Many victims of abuse suffer secondary trauma from being blamed for the harm they endured.
The Daily Signal
April 18, 2016
The plan is one of about 10 community-based programs across the country that bring together religious figures, law enforcement, mental health providers, educators, and social services to help prevent Muslims, and others, from becoming radicalized.
Dallas Observer
April 19, 2016
The story of how Pierce and Brownotter, both clear-headed and able-bodied, came to be living under a bridge offers certain clues about how Tent City came into existence and the challenges of making it go away.
Huffington Post
April 18, 2016
Once again, immigration policy has taken a front seat in our nation’s policy debates. The focus of much misleading and even hateful campaign rhetoric, the fight over changes in immigration policy proposed by President Obama has now landed in the US Supreme Court for oral argument April 18. The case United States v. Texas focuses on a challenge by the state of Texas to proposed changes in deportation enforcement.

Connecticut Mirror
April 19, 2016
The 68 layoffs announced last week at the state Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services were accompanied by plans to close a program serving people who are homeless or getting out of psychiatric hospitals or prison, to eliminate an intensive team that works with people living in the community who have mental health or substance issues, and to end a behavioral health program for veterans.
Reporting Texas
April 18, 2016
As an all-volunteer force, the military is under pressure to become a more family-friendly employer, and thus more able to attract and retain talent. That talent increasingly has included women, whose long slog toward equal opportunity in the armed forces has quickened in recent years, as the Pentagon has lifted gender-based restrictions on military service and allowed women to fill combat positions.
Human Rights First
April 19, 2016
New York City – Human Rights First today released a new report detailing how chronic underfunding, hiring challenges, and shifting enforcement strategies have led to alarming backlogs in the U.S. asylum and immigration systems with more than 620,000 pending removal and asylum cases, exposing vulnerable asylum seekers and their families to combined wait times of up to six years for resolution of their claims.
Solitary Watch
April 19, 2016
Our Weekly Roundup of News and Views on Solitary Confinement…The Department of Justice has closed its investigation into the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, after the state was found to have made significant improvements in the use of solitary for people with serious mental illness or intellectual disabilities. 
April 19, 2016
Of the 1,300 people who visited the medical clinic at the Charlottesville Free Clinic in the past year, roughly 15 percent have enrolled in insurance through the marketplace, said Colleen Keller, executive director of the clinic. The clinic, which limits services to lower-income people, provides medical, pharmacy, mental health and dental services through a combination of staff and volunteer medical professionals.
The Guardian
April 19, 2016
Research suggests eight out of 10 doctors in England have experienced mental health issues. Here, some of those who are suffering tell their story.
Wall Street Journal
April 19, 2016
Reports continue to tell of repression of rights lawyers and dissidents — lawyer Pu Zhiqiang was formally disbarred earlier this month — but little is said of other serious illegalities that should provoke concern. Notably, human rights groups have long charged that one of the crudest examples of illegality in Chinese criminal procedure is the political use of psychiatry to detain, imprison, and forcibly medicate dissidents and activists.
April 19, 2016
Latest study found no differences in general health, mental health or learning abilities.
April 19, 2016
They also think children have higher stress levels, less family time, poorer coping skills and personal friendships, survey finds.
Scientific American
April 19, 2016
From the humanities to economics, research identifies some common themes.
Austin American-Statesman
April 19, 2016
In many places around the country, there are conversations about community policing. This idea is not a new concept in our field, but some individuals and agencies have yet to fully embrace it in an effective way.
Psychology Today
April 19, 2016
The event, organized by friends of Kong, was a tribute to the junior finance major, but it was much more than that. It, as well as the petition signed by more than 3,500 people, was a respectful yet virulent response to the way Penn’s administration announced Kong’s death.
The Guardian
April 19, 2016
As a volunteer Mental Health Ambassador for England Athletics, my task is to take the idea of jogging as therapy and run with it.
April 19, 2016
There’s a replication crisis in biomedicine—and no one even knows how deep it runs.
Jewish Healthcare Foundation
April 18, 2016
Apart from an increasingly small number of primary care physicians (PCPs), most physicians specialize in particular biological systems (e.g., cardiology) or diseases (e.g., oncology). While this focus can be contributed to increases in human life expectancy over the last 100 years, a large part of the picture may be missing. At least three trends urge a “reset” in both the study and practice of medicine that
take a more integrative view of human health.
Pacific Standard
April 19, 2016
Probing subjective visual experiences could help us understand consciousness, researchers say.
Aeon Magazine
April 19, 2016
Beyond such personal treacheries and dismemberments is a wider depiction of victimhood, not individual but national. The reversal, from active shooter to passive martyr, gets at a lasting psychological truth, which is that however absolute US military superiority is in reality, many Americans feel themselves to be a nation under siege by an ungrateful world, eternally vulnerable.


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