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Helping Hands Grants Posters and Past Grantees


Recipients of Helping Hands grants are invited to create and present a poster about their project at the American Psychiatric Association's Institute on Psychiatric Services (IPS) the year after their grant is awarded. The Helping Hands Grants IPS Poster Session allows the recipients to present their project goals and findings to the psychiatric community at large.

View the posters presented at 2018 IPS below, or learn about the programs of past years of Helping Hands Grants recipients here.

For a map of Helping Hands Grantees by year, click here.

2017 Grantee Poster Session as Presented at 2018 IPS:

FIT Clinic Peer Support Group, Year Two: Easing the Burden of Reentry in Louisiana
Authors: Zachary Lenane, MD, MPH; Thad Tatum, BS; Charlotte McLean, BS; Anna Sacks, BA; Norris Henderson; Ashley Wennerstrom, PhD, MPH; Ashley Doucette, MD; Anjali Nyogi, MD
Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA

Health Advocacy, Communication, and Teamwork (ACT): Toward more seamless integration of behavioral health into primary care
Authors: Abigail S. Greene; Robert Rohrbaugh, M.D.; Michelle Silva, Psy.D.
Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT

Assessing Barriers to Mental Health Care and the Necessity of Mental Health Screening in Mobile, AL
Authors: Peter Lee; Lauren Chastain; and W. Bogan Brooks, M.D.
University of South Alabama College of Medicine, Mobile, AL

The Behavioral Health Outreach Program at the USD Coyote Clinic
Authors: Courtney Heyduk, M.D.; Tania Padilla Conde; Sierra Schepper; Brittany Van Ness; Erik Burnison; Timothy Soundy, M.D.
The University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine, Vermillion, SD

Trauma-Informed Care: Experiential Learning Through Community Partnerships
Authors: Allen Ghareeb, M.D.; Tracey Smith, D.N.P.; Laura Endris, M.D.; Jennifer Hill; Aaron Rea; McKenna Murphy; Erica Smith, M.P.H.; Meghan Golden, L.C.S.W.
Southern Illinois University - School of Medicine, Springfield, IL


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