Lonely? The Surgeon General says you’re not alone

UW Medicine newsroom | May 5, 2023

The U.S. Surgeon General’s advisory on loneliness came as little surprise to Patrick Raue, PhD. “Loneliness has been a problem (since) certainly before COVID,” he says. "Some data suggest it's equivalent to smoking 15 cigarettes a day.


Early career exploration in mental health and the law

March 30, 2023

When Sarah Forslund had the opportunity to pick a topic for a month-long immersive learning experience, she chose forensic mental health and reached out to Jennifer Piel, MD, JD, director of the Center for Mental Health, Policy, and the Law.


Grand Rounds - Advances in community-engaged mental health policymaking: Science, design, and practice

June 2, 12–1 PM

Sarah Walker, PhD, will review the scholarship of coproduction and codesign in mental health policy and illustrate with an example taken from the Washington state funded CARE project (Culturally Affirming and REsponsive mental health).