How to Help Support Patients Who Are “Essential” WorkersMay 27th 2020
In this podcast, Dr Andrew Brown, a member of the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry, Work and Organizations Committee and lead psychiatrist for the Boston Police Department, provides his views on how psychiatrists can help support patients who have anxiety associated with the categorization as “essential.”
How to Support and Evaluate Patients Experiencing or Fearing Job Loss in the Era of COVID-19May 15th 2020
In this podcast, psychiatrists from the Group for Advancement of Psychiatry, Work and Organizations committee walk us through assessing how a patient's work ties to their sense of identity. They describe ways to validate a patient's feelings, provide reassurance, and help manage their emotions.
First Psychiatrist Accepts Nobel Prize in Medicine: December 1927December 10th 2019
Psychiatric Times begins a new series: “Looking Back to Look Forward: This Month in Psychiatry.” Contributors from across the globe will take the opportunity to point out both notable and neglected figures, topics, and developments in the history of psychiatry.
Sharing Patient Cases: Balancing Confidentiality and Educational NeedsAugust 29th 2018
Providing detailed descriptions of interactions that occurred between patient and therapist moved our field forward by both honing our technique and considering more effective ways to help our patients. But is the sharing of cases ethical?