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    Jan 13, 2022
    Get Psyched will showcase members of the Department recently featured in the media, their scholarly publications, presentations, or other community engagement. Please follow the links included in this article to check out their work and click "Share Your Good News" at the bottom of the article to let us know what you've been up to.
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    CDC Adds Mood Disorders to List of Conditions Putting Individuals at Higher Risk of Developing Severe Illness from COVID-19

    Dec 13, 2021
    Individuals with mood disorders became a prioritized group for vaccines and boosters in early October, underscoring the continued need for effective and accessible mental health care.
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    In Memoriam: Dr. Robert Emde

    Oct 6, 2021
    Dr. Robert Emde passed away on July 20th in the loving presence of his children Charles, Anne and Elizabeth as well as his granddaughters following a courageous battle of cancer. He is survived by his three children and five grandchildren, Jessica, Alexandra, Kathryn, Charles Jr. and William, in which they shared a life of laughter, love and puns.
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    Mind the Brain: Dr. Thida Thant and Dr. Rose Mauch on Pandemic Brain and Post-COVID Brain

    Jun 29, 2021
    This week on Mind the Brain, Dr. Neill Epperson is joined by Drs. Thida Thant and Rose Mauch. Dr. Thant is the director of the University of Colorado Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Service and the Psychiatric Consultation for the Medically Complex clinic. She has expertise in the evaluation and management of psychiatric symptoms in the context of medical and neurological illness. Dr. Mauch is currently a 3rd year psychiatry resident at the University of Colorado, and is interested in how long-term effects of early childhood trauma on psychiatric and medical illness. Together, they discuss a phenomenon many of us have experienced – a phenomenon called ‘pandemic brain.’
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    Emily Hemendinger Featured on CU Anschutz 360 Podcast | "How Does Social Media Affect Our Mental Health?"

    Jun 8, 2021
    In this episode of CU Anschutz 360, Emily Hemendinger, LCSW, explores the positive and negative consequences of social media use on our mental health. She asserts that the COVID-19 pandemic, when social media use skyrocketed, caused a mental health crisis.
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    Mind the Brain: Dr. Robert Werthwein on Colorado’s Behavioral Health Task Force

    May 25, 2021
    This week on Mind the Brain, Dr. Neill Epperson is joined by Dr. Robert Werthwein, Director of the Office of Behavioral Health at the Colorado Department of Human Services, to talk about the work of Colorado’s Behavioral Health Task Force and behavioral health reform efforts in our state.
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