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In the Media Tag: psychiatry
Dr. Altha J. Stewart, president of the American Psychiatric Association and an associate professor of psychiatry at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, agrees that stigma has been reduced, “but, unfortunately, not enough, despite our best efforts. Many people are still reluctant to talk about their problems or ask for help.” Certain groups may… Read More
Altha Stewart, M.D., began her one-year term as President of the American Psychiatric Association (APA) at the conclusion of the APA Annual Meeting in New York on May 9. Stewart is the first African-American to lead the APA and the fourth consecutive woman chosen to lead the association. She is Associate Professor of Psychiatry and… Read More
Dr. Altha Stewart, an associate professor of psychiatry at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, is the first first African American slated to become president of the American Psychiatric Association, which traces its roots to 1844.