Coronavirus

 

Love in the Time of Coronavirus

September 18, 2020

Dr Berlin recites sentiments close to his heart.

On Being a Doctor

September 17, 2020

Is a doctor a healer, a confidante, a priest or rabbi, a turner of textbook pages, or a combination of all?

Preparing for the Mental Health Repercussions of the COVID-19 Pandemic

September 16, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic reveals existing weaknesses in the mental health system, but also presents opportunities for reform.

4 Components of Positive Aging

September 13, 2020

We need to celebrate the strengths that only aging can confer.

Surviving Coronavirus: A Psychiatrist’s Personal Journey

September 11, 2020

His symptoms worsened throughout most of his hospitalization, leaving him to ponder a grim reality: “This is it. This is how your story ends.”

A Dose of Much-Needed Medicine

September 11, 2020

Sometimes, life’s lessons appear unexpectedly.

Delirium, Encephalopathy, and COVID-19: An Update From the Field

September 08, 2020

The biggest challenge we have faced thus far has been a three-fold rise in requests for assistance in managing persistent delirium. Needless to say, we are not twiddling our thumbs.

For Whom the School Bell Tolls: Helping Youth During the COVID-19 Crisis

September 04, 2020

Younger patients are facing unique psychological challenges during this pandemic.

Pandemics Are Not Partisan

September 02, 2020

We have been here before. In fact, we have survived more challenging times. The truth serves as the foundational first brick of the edifice of knowledge and problem-solving.

The Ethics of Reopening During the COVID-19 Pandemic

August 31, 2020

How can we keep the public safe and reopen the economy at the same time?