Dr. Salvatore Giorgianni, assistant professor of Pharmacy and director of experiential education and development in the School of Pharmacy, was a guest on the hour-long live radio talk show “The Divorced Father’s Network” broadcast on station KSCO in California. Giorgianni, who is an advisor to non-profit organization The Men’s Health Network, was invited to talk about the various emotional and physical health and wellness issues divorced men and their families may face. During the live call-in sections of the broadcast, topics addressed included a discussion on cultural barriers men face in obtaining and advocating for their own health, how divorced fathers can engage in healthy role modeling for their children and tips to cope with emotionally laden periodic visits with children.
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