Constantin Tranulis

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Silent Victims: Stigma Surrounding the Mentally Ill and Stress Effects on Spouse and Their Children

2010/11-2014/15 • $361,342 • PI,CO
Stress associated with caring for a mentally ill spouse can adversely affect the health status of caregivers and their children. Adding to the stress of caregiving is the stigma often placed against spouses and children of people with mental illness. The goal of this study is to measure...

Barriers and Facilitators to Recovery from Severe Mental Illness: a Socio-Cultural Analysis.

2010/11-2013/14 • $323,963 • PI,CO
The Mental Health Commission of Canada recently announced that mental health services must become more focused on helping people recover from their illness. This is because previous models of mental health care were often based on a belief that people with mental illness were scarred for life...

Transformation de la psychopathologie de la vie quotidienne: des anciennes névroses aux anxiodépressions contemporaines

2011/12-2013/14 • $242,689 • PI,CO
La depression et les troubles anxieux apparaissent de plus en plus, chez les experts, les medias et le public, comme des maladies qu'on peut controler ou guerir grace a un traitement approprie. Pourtant, malgre l'efficacite proclamee des nouveaux antidepresseurs et anxiolytiques, la prevalence...

The first episode psychosis movement: an ethnography of new hopes to untangle stigma and psychosis

2010/11-2012/13 • $107,760 • PI,CO
Early intervention for persons with psychosis is an emerging field in psychiatry and a radical shift in conceptualizing and treating psychosis. Early intervention in first episodes of psychosis rests on the premise that treating early and using best practices will improve the prognosis of...

Journées de planification du Groupe provincial sur la stigmatisation en santé mentale (GPS-SM)

2011/12 • $24,729 • PI,CO
La lutte contre la stigmatisation figure parmi les huit principales lignes directrices qui seront contenues dans le nouveau Plan d'action en sante mentale du Quebec (2012-2017). Les journees de planification du Groupe provincial sur la stigmatisation en sante mentale (GPS-SM), ici proposees,...