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OMHRC Knowledge Center New Acquisitions - July 2013

July is designated as National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month.  The Knowledge Center has developed an extensive collection of documents specifically related to minority populations and behavioral health.  Below are some recent publications added to the collection.  "Search the library catalog" using the link to the left, and find the full text version of many of these documents.
 
 
Knowledge Center Library Acquisitions
 
 
  1. Addressing Depression Among American Indians and Alaska Natives: A Literature Review.  Seattle, WA: Urban Indian Health Institute, 2012.  49 p. MH13D11835

  2. Advocacy Strategies for Health and Mental Health Professionals: From Patients to Policies.  New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company, 2012.  213 p.  MH12D11249

  3. Praeger Series in Child Psychology and Mental Health, 2011:
    • African American Children and Mental Health. MH12D11231
    • American Indian and Alaska Native Children and Mental Health  MH12D11230
    • Asian American and Pacific Islander Children and Mental Health  MH12D11233
    • Latina and Latino Children's Mental Health  MH11D10700.

  4. Behavioral Health Response to Disasters. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2012.  409 p. MH12D11343

  5. Can: What Does It Take to Heal from Mental Illness(Documentary on Asians and mental illness) Jersey City, NJ: Light Fish Arts, LLC, 2012.  1 DVD (65 min).  MH12A11621

  6. Ethnic Inequalities in Mental Health Status and Care: Unraveling the Determinants and Consequences. Ethnicity & Health: Special Issue.  Philadelphia, PA: Routledge: Taylor Francis Group, 2012.  216 p.  MH12D11605

  7. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Chronic Health Conditions. Washington, DC: American Public Health Association Press, 2012.  261 p. MH12D11089

  8. Refugee Suicide Prevention Training Toolkit. Boston, MA: Refugee Health Technical Assistance Center, 2012.  94 p.   MH12D11065


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