Heather Stuart

Stop the Stigma: Q&A with Bell Mental Health Research Chair Dr. Heather Stuart

In honour of Bell Let's Talk Day, former rector Mike Young, Artsci'16 sat down for a Q&A with Dr. Heather Stuart, Bell Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Research Chair. Watch Dr. Stuart share her 5 tips to learn how you can help. 

Bell Let’s Talk and Queen’s renew partnership in Mental Health Research

Heather Stuart remembers the first time she spoke with Mary Deacon, chair of the Bell Let’s Talk mental health initiative, a national program dedicated to moving mental health forward in Canada.

Speaking Out Against Stigma

For 20-plus years, Queen's researcher Dr. Heather Stuart has been inspiring conversation about mental illness.

Queen’s University and Bell Let’s Talk host fourth annual mental health and anti-stigma lecture

Dr. Heather Stuart and former CFL player Shea Emry will be the featured speakers at the fourth annual Breaking the Silence Lecture aimed at raising awareness about mental health

Changing the way people think about mental health

Many people with a mental illness will tell you that the hardest part is not the illness itself, but the stigma.

Breaking the Silence: Join the conversation on mental health and anti-stigma

The third annual Bell lecture on Mental Health and Anti-Stigma featured Heather Stuart, Bell Canada Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Research Chair, with lived experience by Marthe Bernard from the TV

Heather Stuart: Making A Difference With Mental Health

When Queen’s researcher Heather Stuart was appointed the inaugural Bell Canada Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Chair in February 2012, she had no idea how many people would reach out to her with thei

2014 Bell Lecture on Mental Health and Anti-Stigma

On June 10, 2014 at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, Richard Reznick, Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences, and Mary Deacon,Chair, Bell Let’s Talk pre

2013 Bell Lecture on Mental Health and Anti-Stigma

Heather Stuart

Breaking the Silence

A Queen’s professor of community health and epidemiology, and self-described "stigma-buster," Heather Stuart addressed a mixed audience of Queen’s alumni and mental health professionals at Toronto'