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An anonymous family’s generosity will enable Duke University School of Medicine to establish one of the nation’s only programs dedicated specifically to helping girls and women with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Congratulations to the five Duke Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences faculty members who have been selected to participate in three School of Medicine leadership development programs!
An NIH-supported pilot study led by Duke Psychiatry's Li-Tzy Wu, MA, DSC, found that a team-based approach may improve buprenorphine care.
Self-control, the ability to contain one’s own thoughts, feelings and behaviors, and to work toward goals with a plan, is one of the personality traits that makes a child ready for school. And, it turns out, ready for life as well.
A new study just published in PLOS ONE examines what hurts and what helps people in "lockdown," using data from across the world.
In this Duke Today article, a few Duke employees reflect on 2020 and look forward to their hopes and dreams for 2021. Clinical social worker Marquise Eloi offers some advice.
Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences chair Moira Rynn, MD, discusses some of the most common mental health challenges people are facing during the pandemic and shares strategies and resources.
Even people who consider themselves to be casual cigarette smokers may be addicted, according to current diagnostic criteria.
Since March, Jacob Feigal, MD, and Nicholas Turner, MD, MHSc, have been collaborating with city and county stakeholders to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 among individuals suffering from homelessness.
Duke psychologists are employing the “SAFETY-Acute” intervention for adolescents and young adults who are experiencing suicidal thoughts and behaviors to help them cope with their feelings and stay safe when they are in distress.