November 30th 2023
The experts weighed in on a wide variety of psychiatric issues for the November 2023 issue of Psychiatric Times.
November 25th 2023
From late-life treatment-resistant depression to the mental health benefits of gratitude, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
November 15th 2023
About 1 in 6 of Medicare patients report trouble paying Medicare bills and debt.
October 20th 2023
What is new in research on schizophrenia?
May 9th 2023
Study investigates connections between rTMS and factors including depression and cognitive performance.
6 Months of Continuing Medical Education
Catch up on the latest CMEs in Psychiatric Times.
The Week in Review: February 20-24
From the “unwinding” of the Medicaid continuous enrollment condition to assessing and treating eating disorders in older adults, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
Eating Disorders Among Older Adults
In this CME article, learn how to evaluate older adults who present with significant appetite and weight changes for the presence of an eating disorder.
The Week in Review: February 13-17
From noninvasive brain stimulation treatment for acquired brain injury to an update on the prior authorization process, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
Lawmakers Support CMS Rules to Streamline Prior Authorizations
"The Improving Seniors’ Timely Access to Care Act would make it easier for older patients to get care by modernizing the prior authorization process."
The Week in Review: September 26-30
From older age bipolar disorder to the relationship between antidepressants and emotional numbing, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
From the Pages of Psychiatric Times: April 2022
The experts weighed in on a wide variety of psychiatric issues for the April 2022 issue of Psychiatric Times.
The Management of Depression Among Older Adults
In this CME, evaluate the treatment options for depression among
The Assessment of Depression Among Older Adults
In this CME article, learn about the best ways to assess depression in the geriatric population.
On Women Who Mentor Us
Remembering Lissy Jarvik, MD, PhD—a pioneer of geriatric neuropsychiatry.
Older Adults’ Attitudes on Mental Health Care
Respondents discussed COVID-19 conditions and mental health benefits.
Suicide in Older Adults: Advances and the Role of Technology in Treatment
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.
Older Adults May Be Most At-Risk for Stress During Holidays
Women and individuals in their 50s and early 60s reported feeling the most stress about COVID-19.
The Wisdom of Resilience
What can older adults teach us about supporting mental wellbeing?
Current Health Care System Cannot Survive Aging Population
It's time to take a critical look at our health care system.
Improving Outcomes in Late-Life Schizophrenia
What treatment strategies are available to improve the quality of life for older adults who are aging with schizophrenia?
PTSD in Late Life: An Update on Clinical Issues
Trauma-related psychiatric disorders such as PTSD and grief often go undetected and untreated in older adults. Here's how to help.
COVID-19, Cognition, and Dementias: What Role Has the Pandemic Played?
How does COVID-19 contribute to cognitive impairment in older adults and future cases of dementia?
Caring for Older Adults With Mental Health Disorders During the Pandemic
The Application of Telemedicine in Treating Addiction for Older Adults
Isolated older adults may be especially vulnerable to addiction issues with the onset of the pandemic. Here’s how telemedicine can help.
Vulnerability to Financial Scamming: Victim and Family Protection
With the growing elderly population and the prevalence of cognitive impairment, how can we protect older adults from financial scams?
Are You Ready for the Annual Psychiatric Times World CME Conference?
At the Annual Psychiatric Times World CME Conference, an all-star lineup of presenters will share their latest research. Check out this preview of the full agenda.
Diagnosing and Treating Psychotic Disorders in Late Life
Most psychotic disorders appear in adolescents or young adults, but some also occur during later life. Here's how to recognize and treat them.
Resilience and Healthy Aging
What does 'resilience' include for older adults?
Physician Assessments: Ageist or Necessary?
Should clinicians of a certain be assessed to ensure competence, or does that just foster stigma and stereotypes?
5 Medical Comorbidities Linked to Depression in Older Patients
General medical illness can contribute to affective disorders in elderly patients. Treating the medical illness is an integral part in treating depression in these patients.
The Age of Cannabis Has Arrived: Issues for Older Adults
Cannabis use has prompted symptoms such as dizziness, sleepiness, and fatigue in older patients. Are there any benevolent effects?
Difficulties Diagnosing Geriatric Bipolar Disorder
Misdiagnosis and late diagnosis may be preventing older patients with bipolar disorder from getting proper care.
How to Identify and Tackle Treatment-Resistant Depression in Geriatric Patients
If patients decline electroconvulsive therapy, psychiatrists still have many good options.
Supporting the World’s Aging Population
The International Psychogeriatric Association shares opportunities to improve worldwide geriatric care.
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