September 23rd 2023
From violence risk assessment in emergency departments to connections between bipolar disorder and substance use disorders, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
September 18th 2023
How can we ensure that diversity, equity, inclusion, and access are truly achieved in clinical trials industry-wide?
September 2nd 2023
From new research on psilocybin as a treatment for MDD to new FDA approvals for ADHD and BED, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
August 30th 2023
In this insightful interview, experts discuss the journey toward a more humanistic approach in psychiatry, the challenges of integrating biological and psychosocial aspects, and the need for comprehensive training for future psychiatrists.
August 29th 2023
How can clinicians recognize and acknowledge the injustices often experienced by COVID long-haulers?
I Have a Dream, Too—A Social Psychiatric One
As we commemorate the landmark March on Washington, parallels are drawn between Dr Martin Luther King Jr's dreams of equality and the goals of social psychiatry, highlighting the need to address social determinants of mental health.
The Week in Review: August 21-25
From informed consent in treatment with psychedelics to an anti-fentanyl antibody that may reverse the signs of carfentanil overdose, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
Navigating the Double-Edged Sword: Addressing Suicide Stigma and Normalization for Effective Prevention
"By developing strategies that reduce both stigma and normalization, we can create a more supportive environment for those at risk and improve suicide prevention efforts."
From the Pages of Psychiatric Times: July 2023
The experts weighed in on a wide variety of psychiatric issues for the July 2023 issue of Psychiatric Times.
Addressing Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Women’s Mental Health Care
"Systemic racism is insidious and ingrained in our daily experience. Women of color are doubly minoritized."
The Week in Review: July 10-14
From noninvasive brain stimulation techniques for catatonia to the concurrent treatment of eating disorders and PTSD, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
Treatment Over Objection: Ethical and Legal Principles
"Providers’ lack of knowledge about legal and ethical perspectives and roles regarding TOO can lead to delayed or suboptimal patient care, exposure of hospitals and providers to liability, and exacerbation of provider distress."
The Week in Review: July 3-7
From the FDA traditional approval of Leqembi to an examination of how we can improve mental health care for women of color, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
The State of U.S. Psychiatry and Mental Health
Psychiatric Times® celebrates the Fourth of July 2023 with a look at our field and how we can improve patient care in the United States.
Psychiatric Reflections on the Court's Decisions
A psychiatrist shares further reflections on the most recent Court decisions...
How Doctors Celebrate Independence Day: They Don’t
How can medical professionals declare their independence?
From the Pages of Psychiatric Times: June 2023
The experts weighed in on a wide variety of psychiatric issues for the June 2023 issue of Psychiatric Times.
The Paradox of Non-Judgmentalism, Subjective Morality, Cancel Culture, and the Mental Health Implications
How can we unravel the complexities of ethical evaluation in a society without objective moral standards?
The Week in Review: June 19-23
From research updates on at-home ketamine use to the effects of comorbid depression and anxiety on insomnia treatment, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
Reflecting on Our Values: A Look at Medical School Graduation Rituals
“We cannot use the rituals of graduation as a public demonstration of inequity.”
The Week in Review: June 12-16
From obesity and metabolism in first-episode MDD to psychiatrist liability and suicide, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
A Look at the Biggest Barriers to Effective Mental Health Care for Women of Color
"Systemic racism and the disparate treatment of minoritized people are major barriers to effective mental health care for women of color."
Psychiatrist Liability and Suicide: The Need for Tort Reform to Safeguard Physicians and Patients
Here’s how tort reform can help improve patient outcomes and reduce health care costs.
A Look at Climate Change and Mental Health
A wide variety of mental health concerns are related to climate change. Here is some recent coverage of these issues in Psychiatric Times®.
A psychiatrist shares his thoughts and reflections after an inaugural poem receives a "warning"...
The Week in Review: May 29-June 2
From substance use among adolescents and young adults to managing behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
From the Pages of Psychiatric Times: May 2023
The experts weighed in on a wide variety of psychiatric issues for the May 2023 issue of Psychiatric Times.
The Week in Review: May 22-26
From the new Surgeon General’s Advisory on Social Media and Youth Mental Health to our exclusive coverage of the 2023 APA Annual Meeting, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
Self-Care in the Face of Catastrophe
“You cannot change what’s happening in the world—all you can do is change your response to what’s happening in the world.”
US Surgeon General Issues Advisory on Impact of Social Media on Youth Mental Health
The advisory identifies positive and negative effects of social media usage and next steps for making social media safer for youth.
Coming Together as a Community to Prevent School Shootings at APA 2023
An expert discusses how the FBI, mental health clinicians, and other entities can help prevent mass violence at the 2023 APA Annual Meeting.
Addressing the Gender Gap in Psychiatry at APA 2023
Experts preview their upcoming presentation on women in psychiatry at the 2023 APA Annual Meeting.
Exploring the Future of Mental Health
A look at the theme for the 2023 American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting.
Climate Psychiatry at APA 2023
Psychiatric Times’ climate editor previews the climate events at this year’s American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting.
A psychiatrist reflects on the death of Jordan Neely, only a couple of weeks after his murder...
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