Authors


Gregory W. Dalack, MD

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Leading a Psychiatry Department During COVID-19

Gregory W. Dalack, MD, Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at University of Michigan School of Medicine, discusses the challenges of leading an academic department in the midst of a pandemic.


Ruth Benca, MD, PhD

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Key Takeaways and the Future of Narcolepsy Treatment

An expert panel concludes the discussion by reviewing factors to consider when diagnosing and treating narcolepsy.


Wilfred R. Pigeon, PhD

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The Strong Relationship Between Sleep and Suicide

The steadily rising rate of suicide in the US is a vexing public health crisis. Among the many risk factors for suicidal thoughts and behaviors is sleep disturbance.


Todd M. Bishop, PhD

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The Strong Relationship Between Sleep and Suicide

The steadily rising rate of suicide in the US is a vexing public health crisis. Among the many risk factors for suicidal thoughts and behaviors is sleep disturbance.


Helen J. Burgess, PhD

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Circadian Rhythms Across the Lifespan

Circadian rhythms have a profound effect on our mental and physical health. Indeed, mental health and circadian health are tightly entwined, and circadian interventions can improve mood and well-being, even in healthy people.


Leslie M. Swanson, PhD

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Circadian Rhythms Across the Lifespan

Circadian rhythms have a profound effect on our mental and physical health. Indeed, mental health and circadian health are tightly entwined, and circadian interventions can improve mood and well-being, even in healthy people.


Rebecca Klisz-Hulbert, MD

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Engaging Medical Students in the Time of COVID-19

For all educators, this is a time of great uncertainty, yet we must continue to engage and encourage students interested in pursuing careers in psychiatry, as well as facilitate comparable virtual clinical experiences for students


Lia Thomas, MD

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Engaging Medical Students in the Time of COVID-19

For all educators, this is a time of great uncertainty, yet we must continue to engage and encourage students interested in pursuing careers in psychiatry, as well as facilitate comparable virtual clinical experiences for students


Anna Kerlek, MD

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Engaging Medical Students in the Time of COVID-19

For all educators, this is a time of great uncertainty, yet we must continue to engage and encourage students interested in pursuing careers in psychiatry, as well as facilitate comparable virtual clinical experiences for students


Brycin Hanslits

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Psychiatry Clerkships During COVID-19: How Medical Schools Are Responding

An announcement from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) regarding medical student clinical rotations during the COVID-19 pandemic effectively halted medical student education on March 17th.


Jennifer Cenker, PhD

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Psychiatry Clerkships During COVID-19: How Medical Schools Are Responding

An announcement from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) regarding medical student clinical rotations during the COVID-19 pandemic effectively halted medical student education on March 17th.


Ryley Mancine

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Psychiatry Clerkships During COVID-19: How Medical Schools Are Responding

An announcement from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) regarding medical student clinical rotations during the COVID-19 pandemic effectively halted medical student education on March 17th.


Kierstin Utter

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Psychiatry Clerkships During COVID-19: How Medical Schools Are Responding

An announcement from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) regarding medical student clinical rotations during the COVID-19 pandemic effectively halted medical student education on March 17th.


Giuseppe Raviola, MD, MPH

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Supporting Health Care Workers in Distress While Avoiding “Trauma” Narratives

The current COVID-19 crisis is a wake-up call to how dangerously our health care workforce has been chronically over-stretched. Effective solutions are discussed.


Andres Barkil-Oteo, MD, MSc

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Supporting Health Care Workers in Distress While Avoiding “Trauma” Narratives

The current COVID-19 crisis is a wake-up call to how dangerously our health care workforce has been chronically over-stretched. Effective solutions are discussed.


Martino Belvederi Murri, MD

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Can Exercise Decrease Mortality Risk in Patients With Depression?

Physical activity and exercise are recognized as fundamental tools for reducing the impact of chronic diseases, including depression.


Panteleimon Ekkekakis, PhD

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Can Exercise Decrease Mortality Risk in Patients With Depression?

Physical activity and exercise are recognized as fundamental tools for reducing the impact of chronic diseases, including depression.


Leela Magavi, MD

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Treating ADHD in Children: Concerns, Controversies, Safety Measures

In this podcast, we speak with a psychiatrist about topics ranging from what prompted her to pursue a career in child psychiatry to treatment strategies and common conditions comorbid with ADHD.


Abhijit Ramanujam, MD

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TMS: A Useful Clinical Tool for Treatment-Resistant Depression

How can transcranial magnetic stimulation help patients with treatment-resistant depression?


Ashley VanDercar, MD, JD

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My Patient Lost Their Job…Now What?

Unemployment is associated with an array of social and psychological complexities, directly affecting patients' self-esteem and perceptions of self-worth. When a patient loses their job, the psychiatrist has 4 tasks.


Fara White, MD

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My Patient Lost Their Job…Now What?

Unemployment is associated with an array of social and psychological complexities, directly affecting patients' self-esteem and perceptions of self-worth. When a patient loses their job, the psychiatrist has 4 tasks.


Gaia Sampogna, MD, PhD

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Psychosocial Interventions to Reduce Premature Mortality in Patients With Serious Mental Illness

The mortality rate is unacceptably high in patient with serious mental illnesses. Several psychosocial interventions have been developed that may benefit these patients.


Mario Luciano, MD, PhD

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Psychosocial Interventions to Reduce Premature Mortality in Patients With Serious Mental Illness

The mortality rate is unacceptably high in patient with serious mental illnesses. Several psychosocial interventions have been developed that may benefit these patients.


Rachel Loewy, PhD

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Research in the Time of COVID-19: Virtual and Digital Technology in Studies of Early Psychosis

The use of technology that supports remote methods of communication, assessment, and mental health care has become more timely, and important for researchers to adopt, refine, and implement.


Dost Ongur, MD, PhD

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An Update on Early Intervention in Psychotic Disorders

An expert shares some clinical pearls from his lecture at the recent American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting.


Tara A. Niendam, PhD

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Research in the Time of COVID-19: Virtual and Digital Technology in Studies of Early Psychosis

The use of technology that supports remote methods of communication, assessment, and mental health care has become more timely, and important for researchers to adopt, refine, and implement.


Piper Meyer-Kalos, PhD, LP

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Promoting Resiliency After First-Episode Psychosis

Simple but powerful strategies for drawing on patients’ existing character strengths and long-term goals.


Ragy R. Girgis, MD, MS

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Research in the Time of COVID-19: Virtual and Digital Technology in Studies of Early Psychosis

The use of technology that supports remote methods of communication, assessment, and mental health care has become more timely, and important for researchers to adopt, refine, and implement.


Antonio Waldo Zuardi, MD, PhD

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Exploring the Relationship Between Cannabidiol and Psychosis

The acute psychotomimetic effect of cannabis is transitory, but evidence indicates that the chronic use, especially if started in adolescence, contributes to the occurrence of schizophrenia.


José Alexandre Crippa, MD, PhD

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Exploring the Relationship Between Cannabidiol and Psychosis

The acute psychotomimetic effect of cannabis is transitory, but evidence indicates that the chronic use, especially if started in adolescence, contributes to the occurrence of schizophrenia.

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