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PsyBC (Psy Broadcasting Company)
A national conversation about the American family and the role of public policy.
The Gulf War and Health: Updated Literature Review of Sarin
Report by a series of congressionally-mandated studies by the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies under the sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
INFO-TRAUMA is a bilingual (English/French) web site made especially for victims of a traumatic event, their loved ones and mental health professionals.
The Institute for International Connections for Personal and Cultural Growth
A non-profit organization that promotes cross-cultural understanding and collaboration in developing peace-oriented, democratic systems. Since 1990, I.I.C. has worked in Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia to provide links, programs, networks, and opportunities to people in human services, education, and business. Inspired by the pioneering family systems therapist, Virginia Satir.
Information on talking with children about terrorism.
The Right to Equal Treatment
Prepared by Physicians for Human Rights, this is an annotated bibliography of studies on racial and ethnic disparities in healthcare, their causes, and related issues.
Social Medicine Portal
Includes information on historical sources, courses in social medicine, academic departments, physician activists, resources for health activism, public health and epidemiology, journals, listservs, and sources of statistical information.
The site for emerging feminist scholars.
VIA: Video Intervention/Prevention/Assessment
Learning from patients about the illness experience, in association with Children's Hospital of Boston.