Author | Daniel W. Knoedler, MD

Articles

Telepsychiatry Is a Team Sport

June 24, 2014

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To run an effective telepsychiatry practice, a solid partnership between skilled personal on-site with patients and the psychiatrist on the other end of the call is a must.

Telepsychiatry Basics: Setup, Sessions, and Pros and Cons

February 06, 2014

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Telehealth is here, and it’s here to stay. A telepsychiatrist gives a brief description of the setup from his home office.

Telepsychiatry: First Week in the Trenches

January 22, 2014

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The transition to telepsychiatry is great, but the benefits, many. In this humorous piece, it becomes clear to this clinician that telepsychiatry can be a viable, valuable, and timely addition to the psychiatric profession, despite minor mishaps in the first week.

Cultural Psychiatry and the 'No-Chicken' Doctor

May 17, 2013

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This psychiatrist has learned to ask if his Hmong patients have also consulted a shaman to help with their depressive symptoms and with their PTSD.

Nursing Home Rounds

March 19, 2013

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The day began on a high note. As I sat and talked with an elderly patient sitting in her wheelchair, quiet, not remembering much, she suddenly broke out in song.

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