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How are You Doing? Researchers Hope to Measure Well-Being at Global Scale

May 5, 2020

With website, UC San Diego School of Medicine scientists will monitor health and well-being during and after pandemic.

Physical and Mental Health of Seniors Linked to Optimism, Wisdom and Loneliness

May 8, 2019

In a new study of older adults living in a senior continuing care facility, researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine parse how distinctive factors, such as wisdom, loneliness, income and sleep quality, impact the physical and mental functioning of older persons.

Meet the New Optimist on Campus

March 5, 2024

In this Q&A with UC San Diego Today, Executive Director of Student Health and Well-Being Edward Junkins, MD, MPH, shares his vision for the future of Student Health and Well-Being in the Triton Center, a mental health app, and expanded clinical and wellness services.

Wisdom Engendered: Study Finds Men and Women Have Different Strengths

February 2, 2022

Researchers looked at gender differences relative to wisdom, using two different validated scales and found that, in general, women scored higher on compassion-related items and on self-reflection while men scored higher on cognitive-related items and on emotional regulation.

People with Schizophrenia Left Out of Longevity Revolution

September 15, 2017

…Diego School of Medicine and Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System analyzed published longitudinal studies of mortality in schizophrenia that met their strict research criteria and found that the mean standardized mortality ratio – a measure of the mortality rate in schizophrenia – has increased 37 percent from pre-1970s studies…

Novel Studies of Gene Regulation in Brain Development May Mean New Treatment of Mental Disorders

November 30, 2012

…The findings could lead to new drug designs for mental disorders such as autism-spectrum disorders (ASD) and schizophrenia.

Triton Athletes Face the Hidden Opponent

May 23, 2024

The Hidden Opponent at UC San Diego is a student organization focused on breaking the stigma surrounding mental health in sports. Three members share their mental health stories to encourage others to join the conversation and advocate for the well-being of scholar-athletes.

Pharmacists at Higher Risk of Suicide than General Population, Study Finds

May 13, 2022

UC San Diego study shows suicide rates were higher in pharmacists than in the general population between 2003 and 2018, with job problems being the most significant feature associated with the suicides.

“You Belong Here”: Prioritizing Equity in Mental Health on Campus

September 12, 2023

A new quarterly series aims to foster a sense of connection and belonging among campus employees while boosting awareness of the mental health and wellness resources available at UC San Diego.

Shifting Perspectives: Equity in Mental Health Event Explores Concepts of Self-Care, Rest

April 4, 2024

The latest event in UC San Diego’s Equity in Mental health series brought together staff and campus community members to discuss wellness and rest from an intersectional and social justice perspective.

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