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Dr. Conor Liston Awarded Salmon Medal in Psychiatry by NYAM

Dr. Conor Liston

Dr. Conor Liston, professor of psychiatry and of neuroscience in the Department of Psychiatry and the Feil Family Brain and Mind Research Institute at Weill Cornell Medicine, received the 2023 Thomas William Salmon Medal in Psychiatry from The New York Academy of Medicine.

The award honors those who have demonstrated...

Narcan Access and Education: Addressing the Opioid Crisis Head-On in NYC

Narcan Training at Tao Hospitality Group

In March of 2023, the FDA's approval of Naloxone, often referred to as Narcan, for over-the-counter sale marked a pivotal decision for treating the opioid epidemic in the United States. While barriers still exist in ensuring widespread access to this life-saving medication, the immediate implications of this regulatory change cannot be underestimated.

Can Narcan training contribute to overcoming the...

Coping in Response to Tragedy: A Guide for Families

parent and child talking

In the wake of the terrorist attack in Israel and the ensuing war in Gaza, as well as terrorism and violence around the world and in our communities, the Center for Youth Mental Health at  NewYork-Presbyterian  Hospital has created a guide to help...

Spreading Suicide Prevention Awareness


To spread awareness about suicide prevention, the Weill Cornell Medicine Department of Psychiatry is partnering with our colleagues in medicine to spread prevention awareness to different communities. To learn more about how to spread awareness or provide support to yourself or someone in need, we invite you to explore our resources, follow us on social media and attend our suicide prevention month events.

What is Suicide Prevention Month?

Suicide Prevention Month is a national...


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