Recommendations to Improve Medication-Assisted Treatment Implementation in Correctional Health

By Clayton A. Barnes, M.D., M.P.H., Andrea N. Ponce, B.A., Rachel Loewy, Ph.D. on February 01, 2021
Capstone project by Dr. Clayton Barnes, 2020 Graduate of the UCSF Public Psychiatry Fellowship at ZSFG, published on Psychiatric Services.

Dr. Matthew L. Goldman Says if Not Implemented Properly, 988 Is No More Than Rebranding

By Matthew L. Goldman, MD, MS on November 10, 2020

Preparing for the worst after election day: Mental health experts offer their tips

By Christina Mangurian, MD, MAS and Elizabeth Fitelson, MD on November 02, 2020
Everyone is so exhausted. The upcoming election and its aftermath have the potential to be disruptive and exacerbate stress among our workforce.

Christina Mangurian Interviewed by IG Living Magazine

By Trudie Mitschang on February 20, 2019
"As caregiver for her son who was diagnosed with Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome as an infant, Dr. Christina Mangurian also wears several other hats."

Smartphone assistants lacking in support for mental health concerns

By Adam S. Miner, PsyD; Arnold Milstein, MD; Stephen Schueller, PhD; Roshini Hegde; Christina Mangurian, MD, MAS; Eleni Linos, MD, DrPH on March 14, 2016
Originally Published in UCSF News as a joint release by UCSF and Stanford University

Despite high risk, patients with severe mental illness rarely tested for diabetes

By Juliana Bunim on November 09, 2015
Originally published on UCSF News