Meet "Gary," whose case provides an introduction to the value of systems-based practice.
Hunter L. McQuistion, MD
The most basic human principles of humility, reliability, unwavering respect, and being kind and approachable are the most effective qualities a Street Medicine practitioner--and any psychiatrist--can have.
Even as psychiatry advances and develops new clinical techniques and as behavioral health systems seek the means to be able to serve all people needing care, disparities in service persist. The articles in this Special Report examine the demographically hard-to-reach populations—the socially marginalized who require special outreach techniques.