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New USC Research Highlights the Importance of Health Literacy Among Alzheimer’s Caregivers in Latino Communities
“If we can pinpoint current levels of health literacy among Alzheimer’s caregivers in Latino communities, we can begin to develop solutions to bridge gaps in access to information and help reduce the burden of care,” says Associate Professor Shinyi Wu. Read the full Q&A bly clicking through.
Clinical Associate Professor Kim Finney Proposes a New Approach to the Treatment of PTSD, Depression, and Other Mental Health Issues in the Military Population
Click through to meet Kim Finney, clinical associate professor of social work, who is using her expertise in psychopharmacology to treat military service members who struggle with mental health issues from PTSD to depression.
How to Pursue a Career that Helps Veterans
“If you’re interested in working with the veteran population, start by learning as much as possible about military service, the process of transitioning out of the military, and the many social, financial and psychological needs that veterans and their families may have,” said Sara Kintzle, research associate professor at the USC Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans & Military Families. Learn more about how you can serve the veterans in your community by clicking through!