Fall 2019

Entitled to Hope

Odysseys in Mental Health

Features|Fall 2019

Entitled to Hope

In this extended feature, patients, providers, and researchers share stories of disparities and perseverance in navigating the mental health care system—and what they have discovered along the way.

by Lauren Thompson, Jennifer Reardon, Joy Howard, and Sarah M. Jackson

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Turning Grief into Hope

When gun violence changed Yoselín Rodríguez’s life forever, support from her loved ones and community helped her find strength, healing, and courage.

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Student-Athlete Opioid Education

Student-athlete Alex White and Brigham experts discuss the importance of education in managing pain after injury to ensure the best outcomes.

Little Hats, Big Hearts

To raise awareness for congenital heart disease, Brigham staff, nurses, and doctors made 500 red hats for their newborn patients.

Texting and Driving

Regan Bergmark, MD, discusses her distracted driving research in this Boston 25 News interview.

A Changing Climate for Health

Is climate change making people sicker? Multi-disciplinary experts, convened by the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, explore this question together.

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