Beyond unsettling our minds, the current pandemic unsettles our souls in ways we are just beginning to understand. Just as the COVID-19 virus attacks the respiratory tract, the pandemic itself can assault the soul. Dr Pies identifies five manifestations of the crisis.
College students are uniquely vulnerable to both everyday stressors and severe mental illness, and psychiatric symptoms among college students appear to be on the rise.
What can psychiatrists do to help their patients cope with self-quarantine and isolation practices? More in this podcast.
What do we tell patients regarding the pandemic both in terms of office policies and preparations for self-isolation and quarantine as well as dealing with uncertainty?
These are hard times, but they get a little easier when we make the decision to unite and go through them together.
Psychiatrists are exploring ways to best serve their patients while complying with the medicolegal restrictions of the coronavirus. Here: approaches to best leverage telemedicine for patients with ADHD.
Psychiatric Times has collected information to answer your most pressing questions, including how to prepare your office and staff, resources for patients, and information you need to implement telepsychiatry.
Many of us are now managing outpatients via phone and telecommunication. While the transition has been relatively painless, one can't help but wonder what the future will bring.
As we navigate uncharted waters on the pandemic front, John J. Miller, MD, shares his thought about this important topic and what he is doing differently both professionally and personally.
Psychiatric Times wants to know how the pandemic is impacting your practice and your lives.