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This episode of AIB Keynotes concludes a panel discussion exploring the need to end the stigma around mental health to help connect people to treatment and prevent suicide. Panelists include: Sally Yates, former U.S. Deputy Attorney Genera and suicide loss survivorl, Ben Hunter, MD, Medical Director of Outpatient Services, Skyland Trail, Dorian A. Lamis, PhD, clinical psychologist, Grady Health System, Rev. Dr. D. Scott Weimer, Senior Pastor, North Avenue Presbyterian Church, and suicide loss survivor. As part of the AIB Network 2019 initiative on mental health, we are proud to continue this exclusive coverage of the conversation, conducted by veteran journalist Brenda Wood, which headlined the 2019 Dorothy C. Fuqua Lecture: From Tragedy to Treatment, hosted by Skyland Trail in in partnership with Grady Health System, and held May 1, 2019 at the Atlanta History Center.