New Data Shows Trauma’s Ripple Effects
Research explored how a traumatic explosion affected individuals around the world.
New Weapon in the Fight Against Opioid Use Disorders
New research presented at the 2022 American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting evaluated program to help address the opioid epidemic.
A Conversation With an Addictions Psychiatrist
Bringing Awareness to Brain Injury Awareness Month
To help bring attention to what can be a preventable disability, and to focus on ways to support patients with brain injury, March is commemorated as Brain Injury Awareness Month.
New Co-Trustee Named for the Sigourney Award
The Trust renews its commitment to the field of psychoanalysis with this new appointment.
Spotlight on Issues in ADHD
Catch up on all the latest in ADHD from the APSARD virtual 2022 Annual Meeting.
Psychosocial Insights: Exploring Issues in Heart Health
What can you do to support your patient's heart health?
Poetry, Psychiatry, and the Meaning of Love
A Look Back
This week, Psychiatric Times shared updates and clinical news, practice pearls, and commentaries.
What About the Little Guys: ADHD in Preschool
Ann Childress, MD, shares insights into ADHD in very young children at the 2022 APSARD Conference.
The Creative Side: A Psychiatrist’s Tale
A psychiatrist shares his love of poetry and how it has helped him personally and professionally.
Exploring Somatic Symptom Disorder: A Case Report
Case Report Poster: A Smelly Situation
This case presented as part of the Poster Presentations at the 2021 NEI Congress is a good reminder of the importance of taking a thorough history.
Not Good Enough
How can we improve treatment response? Look to the patient.
Celebrating Psychiatry: Conference Highlights Advances
Did you miss the Annual Psychiatric Times World CME Conference? Don't worry, we've got you covered.
Borderline Personality Disorder: 3 Things You Need To Do for Patients
These 3 essential steps best support patients with borderline personality disorder, according to Carl Fleisher, MD.
Understanding Major Depressive Disorder and Treatment Resistance
Sheldon Preskorn, MD, shares insights into drug mechanisms and delivery to better help patients with major depressive disorder.
Defining and Diagnosing Depression: Clinical and Patient-Oriented Perspectives
Sidney Zisook, MD, shares insights into defining depression diagnosis.
Finding Antidotes to Burnout Through Contradictory Truths
Health care workers have always been prone to stress and burnout, and the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated the issue. What do we know about burnout and how can we prevent and address it?
How Did Virtual Schooling Impact Youth?
The pandemic caused the shut down of schools and resulted in virtual learning for most of the world's children and adolescents. How did they fare?
Challenging Diagnoses, New Treatments, and Clinical Conundrums Discussed at Annual Meeting
The 2021 American Psychiatric Association Virtual Annual Meeting brought together leaders in psychiatry to discuss hot topics including diversity, COVID-19, mood disorders, and more.
Amidst Multiple Crises, NIMH Pursues Research to Improve Outcomes
Joshua A. Gordon, MD, PhD, National Institute of Mental Health Director, leverages lessons from past natural disasters and traumas to foster resiliency and inform future research endeavors.
Fauci Addresses Attendees at APA Annual Meeting
In his William C. Menninger Memorial Lecture, Anthony S. Fauci, MD, shared lessons learned and remaining challenges for the COVID-19 pandemic, especially in terms of mental health and behavioral issues.
Is It a Psychiatric Disorder or TBI Medical Mimic?
Too often, the medical issues associated with traumatic brain injury are mistakenly diagnosed as psychiatric disorders. A few simple questions and tests can elucidate the real culprit and lead to appropriate treatment.
Over the last year, we have compiled numerous videos about all aspects of psychiatry, medicine, and society. Check out a sampling here.
The Tangled Roots of Racism and Climate Change
The Racism & Psychiatry collection highlights the ways communities of color have been uniquely impacted by climate disruption and what psychiatrists can do about it.
Experts Share Clinical Tips and Insights at 2020 Annual Psychiatric Times® World CME Conference™
Key leaders experienced in real-world clinical practice share on a range of topics.
Poll: Holiday Stressors
What issues do you anticipate your patients will struggle with during the upcoming holidays?
Tackling Psychoneuroendocrinology May Lead to Better Treatment and Outcomes
New and improved treatment options are surfacing, thanks to an improved understanding of psychoneuroendocrinology.
Should Benzodiazepines and Opioids Be Used Concurrently?
While there are risks for prescribing benzodiazepines and opioids concurrently, experts agree there are times when it may be an appropriate treatment decision.
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