Tchaikovsky: Music and Melancholy
A virtuoso concert pianist and psychiatrist's "play" on the role of music in healing and the influence of psychological and medical factors on the creative output of the great composers in music history.
Pandemic Doesn’t Stop the APA: Virtual Meeting Highlights
A running theme throughout the virtual meeting was the COVID-19 pandemic and the need for mental health treatment now and after the immediate crisis subsides, both for the public and health professionals.
FDA Authorizes a Prescription Digital Therapeutic for Insomnia
On Thursday, March 26, the FDA granted authorization for SomrystTM, a prescription-only digital therapeutic for treatment of chronic insomnia in patients aged 22 years or older.
Manly Men Beware
High traditional masculinity (HTM) men are more likely to die by suicide than non-HTM men, but they are less likely to report suicide ideation.
Surprising Benefits of the Expansion of Coverage Under the Affordable Care Act
Access to care has improved-especially for low-income and vulnerable populations-which has resulted in better health outcomes.
Buprenorphine Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder
Although 6 months is the recommended duration for buprenorphine treatment, many patients discontinue within a few weeks or months of treatment.
Ketamine Infusion for Alcohol Use Disorder
Researchers tested the effects of ketamine combined with motivational enhancement therapy in adults drinking 5 alcoholic beverages per day.
8 Strategies for Managing BPSD
Recommendations for the use of antipsychotics for the management of behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia.
11 Signs a Young Patient Is Depressed
A brief synopsis on how to spot major depression in youth.
Climate Psychiatry Year in Review
Climate medicine: What was once on the radar of just a handful of physicians has exploded into awareness, alarm, and sometimes debate and skepticism. No matter how you look at it, psychiatrists are on the front lines.
On behalf of the editorial staff, we are very pleased to welcome Dr John J. Miller as the new Editor in Chief of Psychiatric Times and Dr Scott L. Zeller who recently joined our Editorial Board.
The Brave New World of Inflammation
The immune-brain loop: a world where more and more clinicians boldly go-and thrive-among new discoveries.
Psychiatry Update: March 2018
News from around the web includes reports on physician burnout, the effects of diet on brain inflammation, written exposure therapy for PTSD, Parkland, psychedelics, benzodiazepines, and social media to gauge mental health.
Hottest Psychiatry Blogs of 2017
Compelling commentaries by Psychiatric Times' contributors and editorial board members.
Year in Review: 2017 CMEs
Our gift to you: CMEs on topics that range from restless legs syndrome, fatigue and depression, anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis, hoarding disorder, and more.
Intellectual Jujitsu and All That Entails
Strong evidence supports sound arguments on each side of 3 debates covered here-so get in there and fight nice.
Comorbidity Conundrums and Other Brain Teasers
An update on emerging trends in psychosomatic medicine to help clinicians address mental health stressors in psychiatric and medical settings.
Year in Review: 2016 CMEs
Here is a year's worth of CMEs you can take right now.
Creativity and Mental Illness: Richard Kogan on Rachmaninoff
An important questions for clinicians is whether treatment of a psychiatric disorder will enhance or diminish creativity.
In This Issue: Volume 33, No. 3
Check out what's new in schizophrenia research, personality disorders, patient education, integrative psychiatry, addiction, and more.
Does Genius Equal Madness?
The Prinzhorn collection laid the groundwork for psychiatric art and inspired many modern artists.
In This Issue: Volume 33, No 1
Stories covered in the January issue included gun violence, physician burnout and depression, mental health/HIV, young adult psychiatry, women's issues, and other topics of interest to clinicians.
Year in Review: 2015 CMEs
Here is a year's worth of free CMEs you can take right now.
Hot Topics of 2015
We invite you to reflect on your diagnostic understanding of topics presented this year.
In This Issue: Volume 32, No. 11
This issue of Psychiatric Times covered government fraud, emergency psychiatry, PTSD in practicing psychiatrists, college mental health, and other critical issues.
In This Issue: Volume 32, No. 10
In this issue of Psychiatric Times, the authors cover climate change, women's health issues, forensic psychiatry, addiction and AIDS, cultural psychiatry, and other clinically useful topics.
CME Countdown: Smoking, Neuroimaging, and More
Continuing medical education activities for clinicians who seek to improve their care for patients with mental health disorders.
Leaders in Psychiatry: Jeffrey A. Lieberman, MD
What does Dr Lieberman have to say about the state of psychiatry today, as it relates to schizophrenia, major depression, and other psychiatric disorders? More in this video.
A Conversation With Jeffrey A. Lieberman, MD
Psychiatrist and researcher Jeffrey Lieberman talks about his book and what he feels are the major issues in psychiatry today.
A Woman Left Behind
Years ago I read somewhere that dying is easy-the hard part is being left behind. But I recently met an older woman who taught me otherwise.
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