In the final part of our discussion with Janae Sharp, Janae further discusses the loss of her physician husband to suicide and how best to support others through grief.
Jessica A. Gold, MD, MS
In the second part of our Psyched! podcast interview, Janae Sharp discusses why she feels she has been a different kind of voice for physician suicide awareness.
Surviving a Physician Suicide: Imperfect Grief and Shaping the Narrative for the Children Left Behind
A physician suicide loss survivor shares her story of grief after losing her husband as well as her experience telling her 3 children about it and why she feels compelled to create "better memories" for them.
How do brain changes, inflammation, and genetic risk factors modulate the development of PTSD or depression in patients with a history of trauma?
Charles Nemeroff, MD, PhD argues for psychiatrists to consider obtaining inflammatory marker labs on every patient that they see.
This exclusive interview covers the importance of interaction and measurement in learning for patients and physicians. What makes interaction in a learning environment difficult for people? Can doctors "learn" to tolerate that not every patient likes them?
Neuroscience education for psychiatrists and the general public are covered in this interview with the Vice Chair for Education and Director of Resident Education in the department of psychiatry at Columbia University.
Are we happier when we don’t eat sugar or gluten and should we all be gluten-free?
In this exclusive interview, Psyched! podcast hosts continue the conversation with a leading researcher on mind-gut connections.
An expert talks about his interest in the mind’s relationship to the GI tract, some basics of what bacterial gut/brain communication is, and the evolutionary biology theories behind it.