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Mental health disorders, along with their associated cost and negative outcomes, have continued to persist in Vermont and have become one of the largest, growing challenges to public health in the United States. Unfortunately, Vermont does not appear to have enough resources or providers to optimally address it. Concurrently, coping strategies of minimal cost that have the potential to prevent or address mental health disorders may often be underutilized or misconstrued by the population. A pamphlet providing information on evidenced, cost-effective coping strategies was designed and distributed to providers and patients to enable patients with the skills to help themselves and adapt to their mental health needs, independently.
UVMMC, Hinesburg Family Medicine
Coping skills, Depression, Anxiety, Pamphlet, Mental Health, Vermont
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Medical Education | Primary Care | Psychiatric and Mental Health
Rowlandson, Shae Ian, "Coping Skills for Daily Life: Cost-Effective Strategies to Prevent and Address Mental Health Disorders" (2020). Family Medicine Clerkship Student Projects. 551.