Scholarship & History

The UMB Digital Archive is a service of the Health Sciences and Human Services Library (HS/HSL) that collects, preserves, and distributes the academic works of the University of Maryland, Baltimore. It is a place that digitally captures the historical record of the campus.


  • Integrating Suicide Prevention into the SBIRT Model

    McPherson, Tracy; Harris, Brett (2021-10)
    This is a set of slides from a presentation by Brett Harris - Assistant Professor at the University at Albany School of Public Health. The presenter addresses the issue of death rates in the US and compares them to suicidal ideation in adolescence as well as the number of drug overdoses in this age group. It is a wonderfully detailed set of slides on this topic that addresses Suicide as a Public Health Issue and introduces SAMHSA's Call to Action: Substance Use and Suicide: A Nexus requiring a Public Health Response.
  • Burnout: How it Affects You and Your Employees - and What to Do About It

    Gorter, Jeff; Saggau, Linda (2021-10-19)
    If stress remains unaddressed for a long period of time, it can erode the mental health and wellbeing of people by way of burnout—defined as physical, emotional, and mental exhaustion caused by long-term involvement in emotionally-demanding situations. Unfortunately, these days, burnout is rampant. According to an Indeed survey, 67% of people feel as if they are more burned out now than before the pandemic began. Burnout affects wellbeing and performance on three levels: 1) personal, 2) professional, and 3) organizational —making it critically important to address. In this webinar, you will learn to recognize the signs and symptoms of burnout (in your employees and yourself) and become acquainted with effective routes of support. This webinar features R3 Continuum’s Vice President of Crisis Response Clinical Services, Jeff Gorter, MSW, LMSW, who will be co-presenting with Linda Saggau, R3 Continuum’s Chief of Staff. Linda has been researching burnout for over fifteen years and is an expert in helping leaders and employees mitigate it in order to revitalize wellbeing and performance. They’ll provide expert insight on the impact of stress and burnout, in addition to practical advice for leaders.
  • Depression in the Workplace: What Can We Do

    VandePol, Bob (2021-09)
    Although you might not know it, depression touches everyone in the workplace. Affecting nearly one in ten adults each year, depression is one of the top reasons for lost productivity, sick days taken and disability leave. Unaddressed depression in the workplace can contribute to lower profits and morale as well as increased mistakes and accidents. Ignoring depression is no longer an option. Rather than be bystanders, everyone in the workplace can help to address this issue. Depression is a serious medical illness of the brain that affects a person’s mood, concentration, activity level, interests, appetite, social behavior and physical health. Although depression is treatable, oftentimes it is a lifelong condition with periods of wellness alternating with depressive recurrences.
  • The Claustrum Synaptically Connects Cortical Network Motifs in Mouse

    Qadir, Houman; Stewart, Brent W.; Wu, Qiong; VanRyzin, Jonathan W.; Teixeira da Silva, Joyce; Chen, Shuo; Seminowicz, David A.; Mathur, Brian N. (Brian Neil) (2021)
  • List of ALMACA / EAPA CEOs

    The Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA) is the world’s largest and oldest membership organization for employee assistance professionals. With members in over 40 countries around the globe, EAPA is the world’s most relied upon source of information and support for and about the employee assistance profession. EAPA publishes the Journal of Employee Assistance, hosts the annual EAP Conference and EXPO, and offers training and other resources to fulfill its mission. EAPA’s mission is to promote the highest standards of EA practice and the continuing development of employee assistance professionals, programs and services. The first organizing meeting for the Association of Labor and Management Administrators and Consultants on Alcoholism (ALMACA) was held in April, 1971, and it was incorporated sometime later that year. The association's name was officially changed to Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA) in 1989. The attached document is a list of the CEOs of this Association since its inception in 1971.

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