LBNL Post-talk Survey: Mental Health
Content warning: The following survey contains questions about mental illness, suicide and suicidal ideation.  

Disclaimer: Dragonfly Mental Health, the distributors of this survey, do not provide clinical or mental health services.  The responses that are being collected are not for diagnostic, medical or interventional purposes.  The responses to this survey will not be monitored in real time and this survey is not an appropriate means to solicit immediate or emergency services.  

Self-disclosure of a condition in this survey does not constitute informing the Lab of an accommodation need. The appropriate contact is Integrated Disability & Absence Management Services (IDAM) []

If you disclose feeling like harming yourself or others, as mandated reporters we are required to inform the proper authorities. We encourage you to contact Be Well at Work for professional support. If you need immediate help, go to the nearest hospital. []

Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.  

This survey includes questions about general mental health and voluntary questions about your experience of the talk and mental health at work. You may skip any questions that you choose to.
This second survey will help determine how the talk delivered by Dr. Ingram impacted your knowledge and attitudes about mental health.  

By answering this survey, you are helping us understand the impact of including speakers on this topic at the Lab and will influence future efforts to address mental health.  

Please note that your responses will be ANONYMOUS.  
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Did you attend the talk "A Scientist's Primer on Mental Health" by Dr. Wendy Ingram on September 9th, 2020?  
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Did you complete the pre-talk survey?
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Please answer the following true or false questions about mental health.    
If you are not sure of an answer, please choose "I don't know".
Sixteen percent of all people will suffer a Major Depression at some point during their lifetime.
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Surveys of PhD graduate students have demonstrated that over half of students experience signs and symptoms of anxiety.
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Mental illnesses are treatable medical diseases.
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Substance abuse and mental health issues rarely ever co-occur.  
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There are certain groups of people who are immune to mental health struggles.
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