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Paula K. Rauch, MD, director of the Marjorie E. Korff Parenting at a Challenging Time (PACT) Program, was honored as the inaugural incumbent of the Timothy Christopher Davidson Endowed Chair in Psychiatry.
Three MGHfC clinicians reflected on lessons from when the roles of parent and provider roles were reversed and their children became patients.
New tool is designed to help pediatricians and other clinicians identify and address the signs of deployment-related stress among children and families.
Paula K. Rauch, MD, director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and her colleagues at MassGeneral Hospital for Children offer guidance about talking with children about upsetting events.
The Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital today will announce a multifaceted initiative aimed at helping veterans of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq who are affected by post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury.
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