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Stress post-traumatique: Réponse médicale au terrorisme

Psychologue clinicien réputé, le canadien Alain Brunet, professeur à l'Université McGill, travaille depuis plus de 20 ans sur les événements traumatiques. En collaboration avec les hôpitaux de Paris (APHP), il vient de lancer un programme ambitieux pour traiter les victimes des attentats terroristes du 13 novembre. Entretien. L'Express

Published: 13Apr2016

Attawapiskat desperate to stop suicide pandemic

Dr. Laurence Kirmayer, co-director of the Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research, and director of the division of social and transcultural psychiatry, is a guest on CBC’s The Current. CBC Radio

Published: 13Apr2016

Expert: Pope Francis on Divorce

"In a broad proclamation on family life, Pope Francis on Friday called for the Roman Catholic Church to be more welcoming and less judgmental, and he seemingly signaled a pastoral path for divorced and remarried Catholics to receive holy communion.'" (The New York Times)

Published: 12Apr2016

Grad students plan to enhance Ticketmaster’s business

For those who may not know, every year the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference holds the First Pitch Case Competition. This year’s winning team came from the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University. Sport Techie

Published: 12Apr2016

Arviat program aims to lower search and rescue numbers

Dylan Clark, a member of McGill University's Climate Change Adaptation Research Group, has analyzed search and rescue data from the past decade. CBC News

Published: 12Apr2016

Law students help homeless navigate justice system

For close to a year now, McGill law student Katherine Richardson has helped some of the city's most vulnerable navigate through the complex legal system. CTV News

Published: 12Apr2016

Expert: Opioid epidemic

Prescriptions for dangerous alternatives to OxyContin are soaring, showing that a crackdown on the popular painkiller has failed to curb Canada’s opioid crisis.

Published: 12Apr2016

How depression may compound risk of type 2 diabetes

By Fergus Grieve, McGill Newsroom

Depression, metabolic factors combine to boost risk of developing diabetes, study finds 

Depression may compound the risk of developing type 2 diabetes in people with early warning signs of metabolic disease, according to researchers from McGill University, l'Université de Montréal, the Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal and the University of Calgary.

Published: 12Apr2016

Women write about family, men write about war

Article by Andrew Piper, associate professor of Languages, Literatures and Cultures. New Republic

Published: 11Apr2016

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