My Patient Overdosed and Now I Feel Guilty…
Takeaways for Bipolar Disorder Management
Dr Moukaddam discusses key takeaways for the management of bipolar disorder.
Treatment Selection for Bipolar Disorder
Nidal Moukaddam, MD, PhD, provides insight on the evolving treatment landscape for bipolar disorder and optimizing therapies for disease management.
Approaching the Treatment of Bipolar Disorder
Dr Moukaddam shares factors to consider when approaching the treatment of bipolar disorder.
Patient Case: 30-Year-Old Male With Bipolar Disorder
Nidal Moukaddam, MD, PhD, presents the case of a 30-year-old male diagnosed with bipolar 1 disorder and shares her initial impressions on diagnosis.
A Hole in a Sleeve
A subtle, yet inspirational lesson of helping others with dignity and respect.
My Life is Hell, Doc. Please Help Me!
Why are psychotherapeutic interventions crucial in the treatment of GAD and anxiety disorders in general?
I Had to Use
A patient presents with multiple substance use disorders super-imposed on mood and anxiety disorders. Where does a clinician even begin?
A Love Letter to the Patient-Physician Relationship
What can be done to strengthen the therapeutic alliance?
From Theory to Real-World Practice: Clinical Integration of Digital Therapeutics
Digital therapeutics may be the biggest paradigm-shifting change medicine has seen yet...
Breaking the Spell: Fighting Myths About COVID-19 Vaccination
The vaccine needs to be appropriately framed: as a benefit, not a risk.
Data-Driven: How Technology Can Improve Psychiatric Practice
Still in its infancy, the field of technology in psychiatry is rapidly growing and holding much promise in diagnosis, symptom tracking, behaviorial reinforcement, and a host of other useful tools.
Exploring Different Aspects of Burnout
Employment plays a vital role in a patient's mental health.
Tumbling Into Telepsychiatry in the COVID-19 Era: Challenges and Hope
The are many elements to consider during this massive migration to telepsychiatry. Nonverbal, physical, and socioeconomic factors are all significant considerations of the shift in frame.
The New Game of Microbiology Clue: The Who, When, Where, and Why of the Novel Coronavirus
Psychiatrists must have a basic understanding of the pathophysiology of coronaviruses in order to be able to accurately explain and discuss those issues with their patients, especially as mental health ramifications are expected.
Psychiatrists Beware! The Impact of COVID-19 and Pandemics on Mental Health
Psychiatrists are uniquely situated to help both their patients and the greater community understand the potential impact of the virus and help patients, families, and society deal with this latest threat.
Mini Quiz: Coronavirus Outbreak and Mental Illness
Can outbreaks such as COVID-19 affect existing illnesses and precipitate new-onset psychiatric symptoms in children and adults?
Psychiatric Sequelae of Pandemics
Psychiatrists are likely to encounter patients with depression, anxiety, and paranoia related to communicable diseases and pandemics. Following is a summary of memorable epidemics/pandemics.
Fears, Outbreaks, and Pandemics: Lessons Learned
Infectious outbreaks have shaped the psyche of humanity for times immemorial.
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