Digital Psychiatry

Digital Technologies in Mental Health Care

June 26, 2020

Sometimes, the book is better than the movie; sometimes vice versa. But there is a lot we don't know as to why in-person therapy works for some and why digital works for others. In this video, experts discuss the evidence.

The Video Game Will See You Now

June 22, 2020

FDA approves video game as treatment for ADHD.

A Novel Approach to Contact Tracing

June 11, 2020

COVID-19 has spurred many changes leading to wider adoption of various technologies to support public health efforts. But even data collected for the greater good can have unintended negative or punitive consequences.

Making Telepsychiatry Work for You and Your Patients

May 22, 2020

How can telepsychiatry improve quality and access to care as well as reduce physician burnout? Telepsychiatry pioneers

Machine-Learning Holds Promise for Identifying First-Episode Psychosis

May 21, 2020

Artificial intelligence combined with electronic health records may detect FEP a year before onset in asymptomatic adults.

A Whole New Territory: Staying Connected in Real Time

May 19, 2020

Isolation does not mean disconnection. Our souls and spirits need to feel part of the bigger family that we are. More in this video.

Resources From the Psychiatric Times Telepsychiatry-COVID Webinar

May 19, 2020

Here is a sampling of contributions about telepsychiatry submitted during the pandemic, as well as on-demand information from the Psychiatric Times Webinar that took place in May, in case you missed it.

Telepsychiatry Webinar: Prepare Your Practice for COVID and Beyond

May 15, 2020

You are cordially invited to the Psychiatric Times Webinar, Telepsychiatry: Ready Your Practice for COVID and Beyond.

Research in the Time of COVID-19: Virtual and Digital Technology in Studies of Early Psychosis

May 15, 2020

The use of technology that supports remote methods of communication, assessment, and mental health care has become more timely, and important for researchers to adopt, refine, and implement.

Reflections on the New Normal

May 08, 2020

Many physicians thought we could not overestimate the value of having a patient’s full, in-person attention,  nonverbal cues and all. In the current crisis, all of that seems quaint.

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