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.
10 Critical Conversations to Evaluate the Status Quo in Psychiatry
Noteworthy arguments that challenge the state of affairs in psychiatry.
Agree to Disagree: Excited Delirium Syndrome as Volatile as the Term Itself
What is excited delirium syndrome and how should it be treated? The short answer is we do not know.
Serving the Needs of the Many: Identifying Strategies for Better Care
Collaborative care guides care across disciplines, including psychology, psychiatry, and primary care. The goal is to change practice, build community, and identify health professionals needing the most assistance.
Reflections on “The New Normal”: Embracing Change
This year’s theme is crucial to the role science plays in dealing with structural racism, a worldwide pandemic, and the inequities in terms of access to care for so many people.
All Things Being Equal: A Challenge to the Status Quo
New and noteworthy sessions fill the program at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, which enters its second year as a virtual session.
Over the last year, we have compiled numerous videos about all aspects of psychiatry, medicine, and society. Check out a sampling here.
The Power and Potential of Earth Week and Psychiatry
It is not just a day.
Advances in Predicting and Diagnosing ADHD
New research brings us closer to linking diagnostically predictive connectivity patterns in patients with ADHD.
Consensus Statement Revises Previous Assertions About ADHD
A collection of validated statements addresses overarching topics ranging from nutrition, neuropsychiatry, and nonpharmacologic treatments.
Psychiatric Treatment: Side Effects Basics
A quick primer on nomenclature, issues to consider, and switching.
PsychQuiz: Cognition in Schizophrenia
When do cognitive impairments emerge in patients with schizophrenia?
Geriatric Psychiatry Section Editor of Psychiatric Times to Receive National Award
An award will go to a psychiatrist who exemplifies leadership and goes above and beyond in the areas of clinical practice, educational training and mentorship, and important research
Improving Care in Teens With Opioid Use Disorder
With opioid use disorder, a tiny fraction of young patients are getting treatment, which would not be acceptable for any other medical condition.
10 Black Friday Gifts for Your Colleagues
It’s nice to be remembered, especially in the face of a trying year. Check out these editors' picks that won't break the bank.
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.
Holiday Rorschach Test
Facts and myths about depression during the holidays.
Poll: Holiday Stressors
What issues do you anticipate your patients will struggle with during the upcoming holidays?
Evidence-Based Treatments for PTSD
What treatments are there to assist in the rehabilitation of veterans?
National Leader in Forensic Psychiatry Receives Prestigious Award
Editor in chief emeritus of Psychiatric Times, James L. Knoll IV, MD, was recently recognized for notable achievements in the education and teaching of forensic psychiatry.
Scary or sweet? Read about the value of nonverbal communication and have some spooky fun.
Psychiatric Fallout From Lyme Neuroborreliosis May Be Less Grave Than Thought
A recent study presents new findings on the connection between psychiatric disorders and Lyme.
The Debate Goes On: Are Antidepressants for Bipolar Moot?
Psychiatric Disorders and Migraine Comorbidity: Treatment Implications
Clinicians have a limited repertoire when it comes to a dual approach to migraine and psychiatric treatment. Read more about Dr Moawad's presentation at the Annual Psychiatric Times® World CME Conference™.
Demand for Suicide Prevention Increases
Findings underscore earlier data that indicate Americans are ready and willing to talk about mental health, plus guidance for clinicians who may have lost a patient or colleague to suicide.
7 Clinical Reports About Sexual Disorders
In case you missed it, this series features reports about sexting, paraphilias, adolescent sexual health, and more.
An Invitation: Psychiatric Malpractice Grand Rounds
You are cordially invited to submit an article about a “what if” legal dilemma for a series about psychiatry and the law.
New Drug Indication for Patients With Depression Could Be Life-Changing
Taken with an oral antidepressant, esketamine is now approved to treat symptoms of MDD in patients with acute suicidal ideation or behaviors.
Specialized Brain Training Relieves Phantom Pain
Pain is not uncommon for patients who have undergone amputation, and without effective treatment, pain can linger for years.
A 5-Question Quiz on ADHD
Do you know the indications for an EEG in a child with ADHD? Or which psychotherapy approaches for ADHD demonstrate evidence-based effectiveness? Answer these questions and more.
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