January 5th 2023
How can we harness the technologies of today—and tomorrow—to expand access to mental health services?
November 19th 2022
Mental Health App Collaborates With the American Foundation for Suicide PreventionJune 6th 2022
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention collaborates with Most Days, a mental health app, to provide suicide prevention expertise and content. Learn more about the partnership here.
Suicide in Older Adults: Advances and the Role of Technology in TreatmentFebruary 4th 2022
Recent updates in suicide prevention interventions for older adults and how a novel tablet application may provide relief to individuals at high risk of suicide.
Serving the Needs of the Many: Identifying Strategies for Better CareMay 3rd 2021
Collaborative care guides care across disciplines, including psychology, psychiatry, and primary care. The goal is to change practice, build community, and identify health professionals needing the most assistance.
Data-Driven: How Technology Can Improve Psychiatric PracticeFebruary 3rd 2021
Still in its infancy, the field of technology in psychiatry is rapidly growing and holding much promise in diagnosis, symptom tracking, behaviorial reinforcement, and a host of other useful tools.
A Novel Approach to Contact TracingJune 11th 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.
Resources From the Psychiatric Times Telepsychiatry-COVID WebinarMay 19th 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.
Research in the Time of COVID-19: Virtual and Digital Technology in Studies of Early Psychosis
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.