Facilitating Autism Diagnosis
Autism spectrum disorder often evades formal diagnosis until a child is 4 years or older, but these artificial intelligence and telehealth systems may be able to help facilitate diagnosis.
Incorporating Well-Being Into Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
A well-being centered approach expands assessment and treatment for the child’s strengths and opportunities for positive experiences with the family.
Screen Media Activity in Youth: Friend or Fiend?
Television, tablets, gaming, phones: how are they impacting child and adolescent mental health?
Divining the Truth: Anti-Vaxxers, Water Witches, and the Limits of Reason
Deep-seated denial of science and a mistrust of scientific experts... how far do the limits of reason stretch?
Supporting Youth: New Findings in Youth Depression and Beyond
What's new and noteworthy in children and adolescent psychiatry?
Traveling the Middle Road Between Skepticism and Scientism
What is the real-world clinical efficacy of SSRIs and other antidepressant medications compared to RCT placebos?
Prompts (for Doctors Who Write Poetry)
Being a poet isn't a 9 to 5 job.
Bipolar Depression: How Not to Miss the Diagnosis
Major depressive episode and bipolar disorders: same DSM-5 diagnostic criteria, but very different disorders.
How Many Lives Have Been Saved by COVID-19 Vaccinations?
COVID-19 vaccination efforts are making a big difference, with thousands of lives saved.
A Brain-Based Approach to Psychotherapy
“I’m Not Ready to Die”
A patient, faced with a lung cancer diagnosis and the fear of death, goes through the stages of grief. How can you as clinicians lead them through?
Exploring Vital Amines: The Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How of B12 Deficiency
Key nutrients are essential to maintaining health. Here's an overview of B12.
Sounds, Syllables, and Schizophrenia
Syllable and sound are still the primary means for taking the measure of thoughts and emotions, the building blocks and foundations of psychiatric work.
The ABCs of Vaping
What is vaping and when does it become a problem?
Personality Disorder and Dangerousness
In this CME, the link between personality disorders and violence is explored. Much still remains to be learned about the factors that mediate the link.
Epigenetics Collide With Pharmacogenomics
The history of medicine is a never-ending work in progress. What is the next chapter in the psychiatry and genetics story?
Supporting Our Future
We must protect the future generations.
Psychiatry in the Year 2500: Lessons Learned From History
What will psychiatric practice look like in the future?
Is Video Game Addiction a Disorder?
Is gaming dangerous? A study found 10% of video game players exhibited pathological behavior.
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