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Wearable Devices for Mental Health: Knowns and Unknowns
Can a wearable device improve mental health outcomes?
What You Need to Know When Treating Physicians: Issues, Sensitivities, and Considerations
The very traits that define a good physician make it difficult for most doctors to prioritize basic self-care.
Many fail to notice early signs of dysfunction.
Collaborative Opportunities: Working With Nurse Practitioners to Meet the Needs of Underserved Populations
Collaboration between the psychiatric nurse practitioner and psychiatrist will be part of the solution to the workforce issue that leaves so many underserved patients without good mental health care.
Introduction: Unique Needs and Innovative Opportunities
Children in foster care; combat vets; physicians with mental health needs: Dr Koh introduces a series of articles on these and other special patient populations.
Combat Veterans: Adaptation to Transition
Leaving the military is not an easy or simple process. Here is one psychiatrist's personal story.
Children in Foster Care: Issues and Concerns
Here's how the general psychiatrist can play a greater role in better outcomes for children in foster care.
Mini Quiz: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
What is the clinical approach to pathological narcissism and narcissistic personality disorder?
A 5-Question Quiz on ADHD
Do you know the indications for an EEG in a child with ADHD? Or which psychotherapy approaches for ADHD demonstrate evidence-based effectiveness? Answer these questions and more.
A Heartfelt Memoir About Tay-Sachs
Unrelenting belief in the goodness of humankind while confronting an uncommon disease.
Breast Cancer: What Psychiatrists Need to Know
To support patients with breast cancer, psychiatrists should be aware of possible medication interactions, psychiatric or neurologic adverse effects of treatment, and signs of disease progression-—issues that are the focus here.
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