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Women Living with Homelessness: They are (almost) invisible

In her presentation  at the Women’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Speakers Series  on April 24th  sponsored by the Echo Chair in Women’s Mental Health Research, Associate Professor of Nursing Isolde Daiski spoke about “Women Living with Homelessness: They are (almost) invisible”. Daiski was a hospital nurse for many years, before she earned her Masters and […]

Talk looks at how black women cope in face of loss from gun violence

The trauma, stress and resiliency of black women who’ve lost a child to gun violence will be examined by Professor Annette Bailey of Ryerson University’s Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing at a session tomorrow of the Women's Health & Mental Wellbeing Speakers Series.  The talk, “Traumatic Stress, Social Support, Cognitive Appraisal and Resiliency Among Black […]