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Stigma Unstuck: A Mental Health Arts Series at Tufts
This event highlights the installation of The Many Faces of Mental Health, conceived of by artist Lynda Cutrell working in collaboration with partners from science and journalism, to address issues of stigma and mental illness. Large scale portraits, three-dimensional sculptures, video installations and paintings, as well as white boards for capturing viewers reactions, will be on view across all four floors of the CLIC building
Stigma Unstuck: A Mental Health Art Series at Tufts is a multi-event art and film series aimed at bringing greater awareness and understanding to mental health issues to facilitate shifts in attitudes that perpetuate stigma and discrimination in our community. Additional arts events focused on mental health are planned or in development for throughout the spring and fall 2019 semester.
Stigma Unstuck initiative is coordinated by Tufts' Community Health Department and the Community Health Improvement of Cambridge Health Alliance, with current supporting partners including at Tufts (Tisch College of Civic Life, Wellness and Health, Theatre and Dance, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Health Promotion and President's Office) and in the community (Somerville Health Foundation, Somerville Health & Human Services, NAMI- MA and Cambridge/Middlesex.
Professor Madina Agénor featured in Tufts' Fall 2018 'Faculty Focus.'
Dr. Shalini Tendulkar's CH 182 students will present abstract at 2018 APHA Conference: 'Community Based Participatory Research Collaboration with Medford Family Network.'
Dr. Alecia McGregor received a 2018 Tufts Collaborates Award for her project
'Obstetric Unit Closures and Racial Disparities in Maternal Mortality Rates: Geospatial Analyses in New Jersey, 1990-2014'
Research being conducted by Dr. Keren Ladin and CH Alum Joanna Emerson A'16 MPH '17 was featured in Tufts Now article: 'Restricting Who Gets an Organ Transplant'
Community Health welcomes Assistant Professor Madina Agénor to our department.
New info for Fall 2018
On May 18, 2018, the Community Health Department held its Senior Event at Cohen Auditorium and Remis
Saja Alani '18 and Fatima Ajose '18 received the 2018 Presidential Award for Civic Life.
Karen Kosinski was awarded the 2018 Lerman-Neubauer Prize, which is awarded annually to one faculty member in Arts, Sciences, and Engineering judged by graduating seniors as an individual who has had a profound impact on them intellectually, both in and out of the classroom. Graduating seniors were inspired to nominate her as most influential in shaping their minds.
Prof. Adolfo Cuevas was recently awarded the National Minority Quality Forum's '40 Under 40 Leaders in Minority Health' award. This award recognizes his many accomplishments in the healthcare field, and recognizes his potential to continue positively impacting minority communities.
Prof. Adolfo Cuevas contributes first-in-a-series Op Ed piece
in for the Huffington Post:
"It's Time We Stop Ignoring Afro-Latino Health Disparities in the U.S."
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