For PTSD in psychiatrists and other mental health care providers to be addressed, a major shift in medical culture and thinking is needed.
A report on Medicaid and Medicare fraud, excessive waste, and frivolous expenditures—all at the expense of those who suffer from psychiatric illness.
What is behind the glaring lack of controls over prescription drug costs, even for everyday medications?
The Medici effect is upon us in biomedicine, and it’s called convergence science.
In this issue of Psychiatric Times, the authors cover climate change, women's health issues, forensic psychiatry, addiction and AIDS, cultural psychiatry, and other clinically useful topics.
There is an impressive array of presentations and speakers at an upcoming meeting, the only one in the country to address behavioral emergencies in the acute care setting.
With a consistent and evolving presence in the US, forensic psychiatry has grown increasingly complex, with many specialty areas under its subspecialty umbrella.
The stories of two psychiatrists who died recently—one who passed away gently at the end of a long life; the other died violently, much too soon.
The Editor in Chief of Psychiatric Times discusses some of our new initiatives to bring readers the most up-to-date information in the field of psychiatry.
Continuing medical education activities for clinicians who seek to improve their care for patients with mental health disorders.