For your bookshelf: Psychiatric Times’ Editorial Board shares reading recommendations.
We may have strong (psychological) bones, but they are still susceptible to stress fractures. Face the new year armed with these guidelines on combatting symptoms of burnout, written by an expert in the field.
It has been a busy year for digital mental health. While no one knows what 2020 will bring, some themes are sure to continue to shape the field.
A summary of some of the latest findings in bipolar disorder research.
Let’s face it. We don’t accept gifts from patients or colleagues that may compromise the therapeutic or professional relationship. But it is always nice to be remembered.
As varied as the field of psychiatry itself, our Special Report collections covered issues such as eating disorders, traumatic brain injury, practice management, schizophrenia and depression, complex medical comorbidities, and more. Here's a sampling.
Climate medicine: What was once on the radar of just a handful of physicians has exploded into awareness, alarm, and sometimes debate and skepticism. No matter how you look at it, psychiatrists are on the front lines.
As the aging population grows, depression in older adults is also on the rise. Read the short case and test your knowledge.
Depression predominates across the lifespan in patients with bipolar disorder. Here: A discussion about (and beyond) the four FDA-approved drugs to treat symptoms.
New findings underscore the potential role of maternal bacterial infections during pregnancy in the etiology of psychosis.