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I'm planning on carefully reading the new working paper on #mentalhealth of grad students in 8 top econ departments (including #UMich's) this afternoon. I'm debating whether to tweet while I read. Here's the link to the paper (by Barreira et al.) scholar.harvard.edu/files/bolotnyy…
Ooh, the recommendations in the executive summary (which are aimed at faculty/grad programs) for how to better support grad student #mentalhealth are really good. I'm going to tweet them in this thread. These are all from the Barreira et al. working paper scholar.harvard.edu/files/bolotnyy…
1. Encourage students to take on research or activities that provide a sense of meaning and usefulness to them in the short term. Help students hedge against failure.
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@schnitzr This is absolutely appalling. Research shows responsible transparent non-stigmatized conversations around sexual health information and behaviors are essential to sexual public health. Joe Gow should be being heralded as a hero for breaking the barrier to discussion. #healthysex
@schnitzr The Need to Promote Sexual Health in America: A New Vision for Public Health Action ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28876308 #healthysex
@schnitzr Sexual Health in America: Improving Patient Care and Public Health jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/… "3rd, cuz STIs...R highly stigmatized conditions, use of a broader, sex-positive, health-focused framework...2 reduce stigma, fear, & discrimination assoc w/ these conditions." #healthysex
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At a #UMich Rackham Grad School training on best practices for graduate admissions, focused on diversity & excellence in grad admissions.
Sitting next to @twittkopp. @sbarolo decided to sit at another table. (I guess that's where the cool kids are?)
One thing that is being highlighted are the criteria for the Rackham Merit Fellowships. Proud to have two Rackham Merit Fellows in my lab!
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