In Case You Missed It: November 22 to 26

It’s been a full week of interesting stories, commentaries, and more on a variety of topics at psychiatrictimes.com.

From preparing for the holiday season to clinical updates and psychiatric perspectives on social issues and contemporary events, Psychiatric TimesTM covered important topics this week. Top articles included:

Holidays: Beware “The Should List”

Holidays are joyous for some, but not for everyone. How can you help patients with mood disorders navigate the difficulties of the holidays?

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?

Shedding Light on the Shadow Brain Pandemic: The Devastating Effects of Gendered Violence-Related Acquired Brain Injury

In honor of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, let’s consider the impact of IPV on the neuropsychiatric health of women.

A Humanity Lesson From the Mouths of Babes

A child’s perspective, innocent and honest, serves as a good reminder of our biases.

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