on receiving a 2019 UCSF Innovators Award
JAMES DEAN AMERICA
Benefiting Young Storytellers
June 1st at 2pm at UCLA
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supporting Young Storytellers!
Tedx Talk on Depression
in Our Most Vulnerable Citizens
Congratulations to Joseph Mango, Elizabeth Lizaola-Gillespie, Lily Zhang, and Dr. Bonnie Zima on their research paper–an innovative study that addresses depression stigma using a stage play inspired by the TV show Friends published in the June 2019 volume of the Behavior Therapist. Click Here to Read the Article
In May 2019, UCLA HSS and Healthy African American Families produced the stage play We See You, Sis written by Dr. Kia Skrine Jeffers as part of our California Arts Research in the Arts grant. Visit the Website
Recent Published Articles
the Behavior Therapist. 2019 June;42(5):176. Authors: Joseph D. Mango, Elizabeth Lizaola, Lily Zhang, and Bonnie T. Zima.
American Journal of Public Health. 2019 June;109(S3):S205-S213. Authors: Armen C. Arevian, Felica Jones, Lingqi Tang, Cathy D. Sherbourne, Loretta Jones, and Jeanne Miranda; for the Community Partners in Care Writing Group
Psychiatric Services. 2019 May 1;70(5):381-388. Authors: Bonnie T. Zima, F. Alethea Marti, Christopher E. Lee, Nadereh Pourat.
Journal of Medical Internet Research Mental Health. 2019 April 23;6(4):e12358. Authors: Michael McCreary, Armen C. Arevian, Madeline Brady, Ana E. Mosqueda Chichits, Lily Zhang, Lingqi Tang, Bonnie Zima.
Current Psychiatry Reports. 2019 Mar 29;21(5):35. Authors: Enrico G. Castillo, Roya Ijadi-Maghsoodi, Sonya Shadravan, Elizabeth Moore, Michael O. Mensah III, Mary Docherty, Maria Gabriela Aguilera Nunez, Nicolás Barcelo, Nichole Goodsmith,…
Research in the Arts
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Dr. Loretta Jones will be remembered as a true champion who has linked so many people and communities together and ensured that everyone had a seat at the table. We will continue to honor and celebrate her incredible, impactful, and important work.