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We are pleased to announce that effective Friday June 11, 2021, library patrons who are vaccinated will no longer need to wear a mask or maintain social distance in the PCOM Libraries.  In addition, reservations are no longer required, and all are welcome to visit the library during the hours listed below.   Mon – Fri** 8am – 10pm **GA campus… [Read more...]

This year’s Research Week, held virtually for the first time, brought together the best in research from all three PCOM campuses. Winners of the various Research Week awards presented on topics such as ischemia-reperfusion injury, the link between trauma and different aspects of mental health, and models of organ transplantation. PCOM Library team members PJ Grier, Matt McNelis, Jackie Werner, Erica… [Read more...]

Kim PY, Park IJ. Testing a multiple mediation model of Asian American college students’ willingness to see a counselor. Cultur Divers Ethnic Minor Psychol. 2009 Jul;15(3):295-302. doi: 10.1037/a0014396. PMID: 19594258. Abstract: Adapting the theory of reasoned action, the present study examined help-seeking beliefs, attitudes, and intent among Asian American college students (N = 110). A multiple mediation model was tested… [Read more...]

Cheng HL, Kwan KL, Sevig T. Racial and ethnic minority college students’ stigma associated with seeking psychological help: Examining psychocultural correlates. J Couns Psychol. 2013 Jan;60(1):98-111. doi: 10.1037/a0031169. PMID: 23356468. Abstract: Many college students underuse professional psychological help for mental health difficulties. The stigma associated with seeking such help appears to be one of the reasons for this underuse. Levels… [Read more...]