The Michigan Bright Nights Community Forum Series: a 10-Year Experience with Public Mental Health Education
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We are grateful to Jenny Iott, Diego Ascani, Matt Gauntlett, and everyone else on the Ann Arbor District Library staff who have helped to make Bright Nights possible; to all of the faculty and community members who have given their time to participate as panelists; and to Melvin McInnis for helping to launch the Bright Nights series. A special thanks to the Patient and Family Centered Care e-Advisors, Bright Nights attendees, and library staff for their feedback and insights.
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On behalf of all authors, the corresponding author states that there is no conflict of interest.