A Special Report collection on psychosomatic medicine and related issues. Image ©Denamazanik/Shutterstock.com
Comorbidity Conundrums and Other Brain Teasers
An update on emerging trends in psychosomatic medicine to help clinicians address mental health stressors in psychiatric and medical settings.
Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures: Clinical Issues for Psychiatrists
The authors shed light on a disorder that is difficult to diagnose and manage, and offer insights on how to develop an appropriate treatment plan.
Update on Medical Catatonia: Highlight on Delirium
Renewed interest and emerging systematic data have highlighted the frequency and pattern of catatonic presentations in psychiatric and medical settings, including in critical illness.
Depression and Anxiety Disorders in Patients With Cancer
Psychiatrists need to understand the patient’s cancer diagnosis, staging, treatments and their adverse effects, and prognosis to appreciate the challenges the patient is coping with throughout treatment as well as survivorship or end-of-life.
Lessons in Mitigating Violence
Strategies to reduce aggression in psychiatric treatment settings.
Introduction: Violence Toward Staff in Health Care Settings
Here's an overview of motivation for assaults by chronically aggressive inpatients and steps to de-escalate.
Depressive Symptoms Associated With Aggression
The authors review the association between depression and violence, and the role that anger and emotional dysregulation play.
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.
Year in Review: 2016 Special Reports
This year, we presented new and distinct reports that covered a range of clinical challenges in the treatment of psychiatric disorders.
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