Issues for Psychiatrists: Challenges Facing American Indian and Alaska Native Patients
Each Native American tribe has a specific history, traditions, customs, and culture, and knowing something of these will help build the physician-patient relationship.
The State of Mental Health of Black Women: Clinical Considerations
Women experience depression at rates twice that of men. But Black women are only half as likely to seek care as White women. Here's what you can do to help this population.
Could Childhood ADHD Have Its Roots in Perinatal Autoimmune Disorders?
A new research study, based on over 800,000 mothers and children, tests the hypothesis.
What Do I Do Now? Making Decisions in a Postpandemic World
The pandemic changed the way individuals think and caused adjustments in our worldviews. How is that impacting our decision-making ability?
A Generation in Crisis?
A former resident's reflection on burnout, physician PTSD, and their consequences for patient care.
Treating Mania in Older Adults With Bipolar Disorder
In older adults with bipolar disorder, what evidence is there to guide treatment?
Inclusivity: Ensuring Patients Who Are Plus-Size Feel Welcome
A welcoming environment that fosters inclusivity is the first step in establishing a good therapeutic relationship.
Art Imitating Life: A Poet’s Words
The philosopher Plato kicked poets out of his republic because they elevated passion over reason. Do they belong in a psychiatrist's office instead?
A true war story is never about war...
Harnessing Harm-Reduction Methods to Combat the Opioid Crisis
Exploring Possible Etiologies for Psychotic Disorders in Late Life
Secondary causes for psychosis are more common in older adults (65 years or older) than in younger patients. Here are 6 possible culprits.
Psychiatric Evaluation of the Peripartum Patient
How can you be better prepared to interview and care for peripartum patients? This CME shows you how.
Reflecting on Trauma
The long trail of posttraumatic pain and suffering leaves behind too many people whose lives will never be the same...
Turning Over a New Leaf
As the seasons change and new possibilities open up, we also pause to remember the victims of September 11 and the ongoing opioid crisis.
From Languishing to Flourishing: The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic
What can be done to mitigate stress and reduce burnout?
9/11 20th Anniversary: COVID-19 Endgame
How has human behavior been affected by the tragedy of 9/11 and the recent trauma of the COVID-19 pandemic?
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