Here are a few of this year's popular features on our website, in no particular order.
Last summer we asked some of our contributors to tell us what they were reading. We’ve now decided to repeat this with What Are You Reading Now. We also thought it would be fun to let you know what we, the staff of Psychiatric Times, is reading.
The invisible wounds of war continue to infiltrate the minds and consciousness of veterans and their families, as shown in this infographic and public service announcement by the APA, featuring by Rep. Patrick Kennedy.
Noteworthy tweets in the world of mental health, week ending November 8, 2013, from NIMH, PsychCentral, Nature News, Time to Change, LA Times Health, and Neuro Skeptic.
Rorschach, inkblots. . . what do you see here?
As the month of October comes to an end, we look at a handful of noteworthy tweets in the world of psychiatry.
Keys to the management of panic disorder include appropriate use of psychotropic medication and psychotherapy predicated on an understanding of the disorder's biopsychosocial underpinnings. Here, Stephen V. Sobel, MD, focuses on treatment options.
Keys to the management of panic disorder include appropriate use of psychotropic medication and psychotherapy predicated on an understanding of the biopsychosocial underpinnings. More in this podcast.
In this podcast, Dr Michael Miller, Director of the American Board of Addiction Medicine, discusses addiction medicine, including the new ASAM, patient placement criteria, and DSM-5 changes.
How can you apply the framework and philosophy of evidence-based medicine to the use of antipsychotic medication? Here to discuss is Leslie L. Citrome, MD, MPH.