September 13th 2023
Let’s take another look at telepsychiatry.
August 9th 2023
"No matter where you are in your career, it is our generation of providers who have the opportunity to facilitate how the medicine of today evolves into the medicine of tomorrow."
June 26th 2023
Here’s everything you need to know to about how to integrate apps into your clinical practice.
April 13th 2023
An AI chatbot gets interviewed about mental health. What does it have to say?
March 20th 2023
AI and psychiatry: where are we headed?
Technology as a Tool for Mental Health
COVID-19 forced us to use telehealth... Here's why sustaining those services is important.
Will This Be the Year of More Return to Our Technological Past?
Back to the future… or blast to the past?
Mental Health Deserts for American Indians and Alaska Natives
How can you better provide care for American Indians and Alaska Natives?
Assessing 2022: What’s the Prognosis in Psychiatry?
App Intervention May Reduce Insomnia in Health Care Workers
Does the YOI intervention improve mental health workers’ insomnia? Research says yes.
The Week in Review: October 3-7
From the at-home ketamine experience to the Wit v United Behavioral Health reversal, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
"As clinicians who took an oath to 'do no harm,' we must educate the public about the dangers and non–standard of care of the growing practice of at-home ketamine."
Medication Modification Equivalent for Virtual and In-Person Psychiatric Visits
Mental health leads with 36% of all outpatient visits and 39% of all telehealth services. What effect does this have on psychiatric practice?
The Online, At-Home Ketamine Experience: A Clinician’s Dilemma
At-home ketamine treatment initiated by an online provider presents many legal, clinical, and ethical challenges...
Telepsychiatry in the Setting of COVID-19 and Beyond
What are the challenges and opportunities for improvement in COVID-19-related mental health care?
Virtual Psychiatry is Here to Stay
One psychiatrist considers the advantages of virtual psychiatric treatment for both patients and clinicians.
Telepsychiatry Initiatives in Psychiatry Departments: Enabling Sustainable Growth
How can telehealth help academic psychiatry departments improve administrative efficiency and expand their clinical services?
Telehealth’s Calming Effect on Autism
Here’s how online appointments are lowering anxiety among patients and families.
In Case You Missed It: Highlights From the 2022 APA Annual Meeting
Catch up on the latest research on ADHD, PTSD, and more with Psychiatric Times.
A Dangerous Evolution?
There have been many exciting advances in telemedicine in recent years. But does telemedicine really allow us to be genuinely present for our patients?
Telepsychiatry Initiatives at an Academic Medical Center Department of Psychiatry: Enabling Sustainable Growth
Doctors share their experiences with telepsychiatry in an academic department of psychiatry that led to significant expansion of clinical services and greater administrative efficiency.
Bridging the Provider Gap
The pandemic amplifies a growing crisis that requires a multifaceted approach.
Building a Connection: Telehealth for PTSD and Bipolar Disorder Treatment
Two forms of telehealth can improve quality of life and care for patients with PTSD and bipolar disorder who live in more rural communities.
Teleworking—A New Way of Working?
The COVID-19 crisis has changed teleworking. What should you be aware of looking toward the future?
Chatbots Can Fill Gaps in Mental Health Care for Children—To a Point
Chatbots have the potential to help millions. How can we use them to improve mental health in children?
The Application of Telemedicine in Treating Addiction for Older Adults
Isolated older adults may be especially vulnerable to addiction issues with the onset of the pandemic. Here’s how telemedicine can help.
New Study Explores Efficacy of Telehealth in Addiction Treatment
Research shows potential for increased patient engagement and limited support for improved retention rates.
Clinically Based Policy Decisions: In-Person Requirements for Telehealth Create Unnecessary Barriers
Medicare's in-person requirement threatens access to quality care.
Jeweled Net: Virtual Therapy, Real Lessons
Look for the light, magnify it, and reflect it back.
Why You Should Be Worried About Cyber Criminals
That link in the email could be a Trojan horse.
Liftoff! Brain Monitoring Startup Bound for Space
This is a rare opportunity for researchers and entrepreneurs from a variety of fields to conduct experiments in space.
7 States Improving Employment Outcomes for Individuals With Mental Health Conditions
These states will receive funding to increase competitive integrated employment for patients with mental health conditions.
6 Essential Facts About Cyber Security
Hacking and security breaches are rising at an alarming rate.
One Year With COVID-19
The COVID-19 outbreak will eventually end, but public health experts expect this will not be the last pandemic. Will we have learned the right lessons so we can more successfully weather the next one?
A New CME: Continuing Moral Education
Every phase of the COVID-19 pandemic brings new ethical challenges.
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