September 30th 2023
The experts weighed in on a wide variety of psychiatric issues for the September 2023 issue of Psychiatric Times.
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.
A psychiatrist reflects on the death of Jordan Neely, only a couple of weeks after his murder...
The Week in Review: May 8-12
From the relationship between social media and self-diagnosis to the FDA approval of the first treatment for agitation associated with Alzheimer disease dementia, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
Medical School Graduation Rituals: Staying True to Values and Aspirations
“As we attempt to confront the legacy of American classism and racism, we in the medical profession must confront the ways that our own institutions unwittingly continue to reflect and mirror broader social realities.”
Mayday! Mayday! The Oy Veh Way to Recovery and Resilience
How can the response of "oh veh" to mayday help us with recovery and resilience?
Mayday! Mayday! Maternal Mental Health Matters
A mayday call to support maternal mental health.
Mayday! Mayday! We’re Lonely
When the Surgeon General notices the loneliness problem, it is definitely a mayday moment.
Mayday! Mayday! I Was Rejected
What lessons can we learn from May Day, mayday, and rejection?
From the Pages of Psychiatric Times: April 2023
The experts weighed in on a wide variety of psychiatric issues for the April 2023 issue of Psychiatric Times.
A psychiatrist reflects on trivial times...
When faced with struggles, stress, and burnout, sometimes the best medicine is simply letting go...
The Week in Review: April 3-7
From over-the-counter naloxone to the true connection between gun violence and mental illness, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
This is Not a Time for Complacency!
We cannot be complacent. Here’s why.
Changing the Narrative: Mental Illness and Gun Violence
Public responses to mass shootings, in particular, often include speculations about the shooter’s mental state. But what is the real connection between gun violence and mental illness?
Gun Violence and Mental Illness in Psychiatric Times
In anticipation of our upcoming April cover story, here is some recent coverage on the relationship between gun violence and mental illness in Psychiatric Times.
A psychiatrist reflects on the status quo in light of the most recent tragedy....
From the Pages of Psychiatric Times: March 2023
The experts weighed in on a wide variety of psychiatric issues for the March 2023 issue of Psychiatric Times.
International Community Must Prioritize Post-War Expansion of Ukraine’s Mental Health Care System
"Considerable resources must be devoted to healing the deep and painful—but frequently invisible—wounds that have scarred the minds of millions of Ukraine’s civilians and soldiers."
The Week in Review: March 6-10
From Alzheimer disease treatments to the psychiatric implications of conspiracy theories, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
From the Pages of Psychiatric Times: February 2023
The experts weighed in on a wide variety of psychiatric issues for the February 2023 issue of Psychiatric Times.
The “Unwinding” of the Medicaid Continuous Enrollment Condition: 3 Things to Know
Patients with serious mental illness and substance use disorders are expected to be particularly affected by these changes.
The Week in Review: February 6-10
From the impact of patients’ overdose deaths on physicians to addressing America’s mental health crisis, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
America’s Mental Health Crisis: Are We Willing to Do What Is Required to Fix It?
"All I could think to myself was, 'At least he is safe and will receive
treatment in prison—something the community failed to provide him.'"
The Week in Review: January 30-February 3
From addressing physician burnout to helping your patients incorporate friendships into their lives, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
From the Pages of Psychiatric Times: January 2023
The experts weighed in on a wide variety of psychiatric issues for the January 2023 issue of Psychiatric Times.
A Blues for Tyre
A psychiatric reflects on the latest news and remembers Tyre Nichols.
Abortion and the Psychiatrist: Practicing in Post-Dobbs America
"The psychiatrist may be obligated to protect the fetus or warn authorities of the patient’s intent."
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr Day, a psychiatrist reflects on what is needed most—action.
The Week in Review: January 9-13
From rare copy number variants in treatment-resistant psychosis to the psychiatric response to human trafficking, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
AMA President Addresses the State of Medicine
“We didn’t pick this political fight, but we will stand up for our patients, for the policies of this House, and for our profession.”
Modernizing the Mental Health Journey
How can we harness the technologies of today—and tomorrow—to expand access to mental health services?
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