A mother begs the court to keep her son incarcerated for fear street gangs will eat him alive.
Patients Like Telehealth, But Barriers Still Persist
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a moment of truth for telehealth, and, by most accounts, the technology is rising to the challenge.
Experts Share Clinical Tips and Insights at 2020 Annual Psychiatric Times® World CME Conference™
Key leaders experienced in real-world clinical practice share on a range of topics.
Exploring the Relationship Between Posttraumatic Stress and Chronic Pain
The high co-occurrence of chronic pain and PTSD and their possible entanglement underline the importance of conducting assessment for both conditions.
Nitrous Oxide and Alexander Hamilton’s Grandson
A prominent forensic psychiatrist and the grandson of founding father Alexander Hamilton, Allan McLane Hamilton, MD, was a proponent for the use of nitrous oxide for diagnostic and therapeutic use.
Psychiatry’s Role in the Management of Chronic Pain
Pain may not often be considered within the realm of psychiatry; however, chronic pain's relationships with sleep disorders and PTSD make it an issue psychiatrists can—and should—address.
Sleep Disturbances as a Sequalae of Chronic Pain
Sleep disturbance and chronic pain work together to cause misery for patients, with one exacerbating the other. Here: Tips to address both and bring peace to patients.
What’s in a Name: The Problem with Zero Suicide
A well-meaning mental health initiative may be setting unrealistic expectations.
Treating Dementia Patients in the Time of COVID
Telehealth poses challenges for patients, clinicians, families, and caregivers.
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.
Combination Therapy for Treatment-Resistant Schizophrenia?
Recent research sheds light on the role of adjunctive long-acting injectable antipsychotics in treatment-resistant schizophrenia.
Neuropsychiatric & Medical Sequelae of COVID-19
Learning from past disasters, psychiatrists are taking center staet in helping patients, family members, first responders, and other health care professionals affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Addressing Pain in Patients With Bipolar Disorder
The psychiatric prescribing clinician may be called upon to treat pain comorbid with bipolar disorder.
You Say Pain. I Say Addiction. Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off
This CME will inform clinicians with unique and much-needed skill sets in diagnosing substance use disorders and managing co-occurring chronic pain.
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