Having a lot of clinical knowledge in rheumatology is good. But a boatload of knowledge may not mean much if you aren’t getting it across to the patient so that he or she understands. Good communication between physician and patient is highly correlated with better patient adherence to medication and treatment plans
Game theory analysis shows that much of the burden for renewing the Paris Agreement on Climate Change would fall on large developing countries, such as China and India, which would need to take action to reduce their own greenhouse gas emissions. The analysis was recently published by Oleg Smirnov, Associate Professor of Political Science in the College of Arts and Sciences.
On Wednesday, September 18, Dr. Dan Colosi, Associate Professor in the Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine and Director of the Division of Diagnostic Imaging, visited Capitol Hill in conjunction with the American Dental Education Association’s Hill Day to advocate for more oral health training programs and increased funding for dental research.
Jessica L. Schleider, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Stony Brook University, where she is a core faculty member in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program and a Faculty Affiliate at the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science. Dr. Schleider directs the Lab for Scalable Mental Health (www.schleiderlab.org), where she and her team develop and evaluate brief, accessible interventions for youth depression and anxiety. Dr. Schleider has published dozens of scientific articles and book chapters; she has also developed or co-developed web-based, virtual reality technology-based, and school-based intervention protocols for youths and parents.