The Labor of Delivering Gender: A Case Study in Integrating Gender and Sexuality Studies into Medical Education at Stony Brook University
by Sophia Garbarino, March 3, 2022 Abstract This essay examines maternal healthcare practitioners’ perspectives about and experiences with incorporating sex- and gender-based medicine (SGBM) into healthcare training at Stony Brook University, a leading medical institute in the United States. SGBM refers to the style of clinical practice that accounts for the ways in which biological…
Music Therapy: The Art of Psychological Treatment
by Sanjana Sankaran, December 20, 2021 Nearly 800,000 people die from suicide every year (Suicide Data). Approximately seventy percent of the American youth that struggle with depression requires treatment (The State). People with depression have a daily battle with themselves to prevent those feelings of despair and loneliness from taking over. Those living with mental…
Adolescent Peer Relationships and Mental Health during the COVID-19 Pandemic
by Sophia Garbarino, Clare Beatty & Brady Nelson, May 25, 2021 See Sophia’s poster for the URECA 2021 Symposium here. Abstract In adolescence, females are more likely than males to experience an episode of depression (Hyde et al., 2008). Having a strong social network has been shown to protect against the development of depression and…
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