COVID-19 Brings Anosmia to the Attention of Psychiatrists
Loss of smell can be devastating for patients. How can psychiatrists deal with the associated psychological effects?
Addressing the Cognition Crisis in Our COVID-19 World
The world is facing a cognition crisis. Here’s how to face it with measurement-based cognitive care.
Let’s Use the Pandemic to Change Mental Health Care for the BetterJuly 16th 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic should have us reflecting on the state of our health care system as well as embarking in a national dialogue on what type of system we want for this country and what investments we need to attain that vision.
Boosting Brain Health After COVID-19: A Convergence Solution
How can we face the current pandemic while addressing the brain health crisis?
Helping LGBTQ Youth During the Pandemic
Overwhelmed and encumbered agencies are increasingly unable to provide critical services for LGBTQ youth, leaving them powerless in impeding a downward spiral into homelessness and associated negative ramifications. There are 5 ways psychiatrists can help.
The Other Side of the COVID-19 Crisis: The Silent, Socially Phobic MinorityApril 6th 2021
Patients who are report social phobia are unlikely to speak out for themselves. For them, confrontations with their boss or coworkers are even worse than water-cooler conversations. That is where psychiatrists can help.