A Different March Madness: College Mental Health
As parents and students experience the madness of selecting a college, here’s why weighing a school’s mental health services must not be overlooked.
Preparing for the Mental Health Repercussions of the COVID-19 Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic reveals existing weaknesses in the mental health system, but also presents opportunities for reform.
Psychiatric Ramifications of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Jeffrey A. Lieberman, MD, and Mark Olfson, MD, speak from the epicenter of the COVID-19 disaster, New York City.
Meeting the Mental Health Challenge of the COVID-19 Pandemic
The public is gripped by fear of COVID-19 and by worry over whether the health system will be able to treat them or their loved ones should they become ill. Consequently, clinical and public health efforts have focused on acute medical care needs of those who are severely affected, while containing the virus’s spread in the population.
Solving the Mystery of Military Mental Health: A Call to Action
The iconic scene when George C. Scott slaps the soldier with PTSD in Patton and calls him a “yellow-bellied coward” mirrors the historic and continued ambivalence of the military toward the psychological wounds of war.
Improving Mental Health Care in America: An Opportunity for Comprehensive Reform
The authors outline the ingredients for the transformation of mental health care in America.
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