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Outlook for Federal Mental Health Policy in the 115th Congress
Will the new Administration disrupt mental health coverage in this country?
The Legacy of Suicide
A personal account of a psychiatrist whose brother died by suicide.
Psychiatry Notes: February 2017
Editors' picks for recent stories in mental health, including Executive orders and "Islamophobia,” effect of parental obesity on childhood development, personality, and global mental health.
Evaluating Smartphone Health Apps: 5 Key Steps
Finding a smartphone health app can be a challenge for both patients and physicians. A new evaluation model can help guide informed decision-making.
Marijuana and the Psychiatric Patient
Marijuana-related problems fall well within the scope of psychiatric practice: many patients use marijuana, which is likely to affect their psychiatric symptoms and response to treatment.
The Intern’s Spot
We teach every intern how to find the place where they can lay down a silver stethoscope and listen to everything...
Mini Quiz: Neurobiology of Borderline Personality Disorder
What do functional magnetic resonance neuroimaging findings reveal about the neurobiology of borderline personality disorder? Take the quiz and learn more.
The Challenges of Preventing Burnout
If left untreated, burnout can become chronic and debilitating. Here are tips to recognizing the signs and symptoms.
Positive Psychiaty, Resilience, and Aging
The latest updates in geriatric psychiatry.
Advances in Cultural Psychiatry
Dr Alarcón shares his thoughts on cultural psychiatry and its growing prominence in the mental health field.
Psychiatry: Then and Now
Thoughts about the current state of psychiatry by Psychiatric Times' Editor in Chief.
Let’s Talk About Cognition
Cognitive problems have historically been the last to be recognized and treated. The Psychiatric Times Special Report on Cognitive Disorders turns the tables on that notion.
Geriatric Psychiatry Research Update
Highlights of 3 recent studies that focus on psychiatric disorders in older adults.
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