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Week 6 Discussion Forum #1
Tuesday, May 24, 2022, 2:19 PM
Number of replies: 9
In this Forum, please answer the following question, and respond to at least one other colleague’s post (total of 2 posts). Your answer should be around 200 words.
Watch the Ted talk from Nadine Burke-Harris (a side note–she is now the 1st and current Surgeon General of California!) and write a short response to the Ted talk. Discuss how the theme of the talk relates to some of the disorders that we have learned about during this semester. For example, what studies/experiments did we discuss during the semester that provide additional insight on how adverse childhood events might impact the brain? What specific neuropsychological disorders have been linked to adverse childhood events? What are some ways that this information could be used to intervene via the healthcare system to reduce the risk for subsequent development of neuropsychological disorders? What are some things that could be done outside of the traditional healthcare system?

Respond to this person/ Vanessa Bustillos – Tuesday, August 2, 2022, 6:31 PM
One of the specific neuropsychological disorders that have been linked to adverse childhood events is schizophrenia. This disorder can develop due to reasons like a combination of genetics and/or a combination of adverse events. It is especially more likely if the teen is going through puberty and intense adverse events during the time that their prefrontal cortex is developing further. This information can be used in healthcare systems to help reduce the development of neuropsychological disorders by paying special attention to teens during their puberty years. I believing following up routinely with them during these years and assessing them through ACE questions like Nadine Burke-Harris stated in her video, would help reduce the rate of development of these disorders. Being able to catch the adverse events on time can get teens the help they need before its too late.
Things that can be done to avoid these kinds of disorders through adverse childhood events is maintain a good support system, communicate effectively, stay away from the use of drugs, and be aware of people and events that surround you that could cause you harm mentally and/or physically.
Week 6 Discussion Forum #2
Tuesday, May 24, 2022, 2:19 PM
Number of replies: 7
mental health disparitiesIn this Forum, please answer the following question, and respond to at least one other colleague’s post (total of 2 posts). Your answer should be around 200 words. Question: Take a minute to consider this infographic about prevalence of mental health disorders and access to care in a number of ethnic and minority groups. Does anything strike you as being particularly problematic or surprising? Think about the chart on the bottom left that shows access and quality of treatment for depression. What are some potential factors that might be contributing to substantially lower levels of “adequate” (meaning effective) treatment in minority populations? What could we do from a public health perspective to improve these numbers?
RESPOND TO THIS PERSON/ Vanessa Bustillos – Tuesday, August 2, 2022, 6:53 PM
Something that struck me as being problematic is the higher risks seen in the LGBTQ+ community. This leads me to believe and think that they are discriminated more and neglected more when it comes to mental health care. Some of the factors that may be contributing to the lower levels of adequate treatment are discrimination, lack of accessibility to quality care, lack of knowledge on mental health, or even the fact that some cultures do not believe in being treated for mental health. Coming from first hand experience, I come from a hispanic family who does not believe in depression or getting help for mental health needs. I believe this may be a leading cause for why a lot of minorities have mental illnesses following the inaccessibility to quality care. That is why it is important to educate minorities and explain the importance of mental health. As well as helping them find access to better quality of care. Lastly, is being able to provide or influence healthcare professionals to treat everyone equally and fairly, regardless of their background or where they come from. Mental health is essential in any and everyone.


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