Stories covered in the January issue included gun violence, physician burnout and depression, mental health/HIV, young adult psychiatry, women's issues, and other topics of interest to clinicians.
In January, Psychiatric Times published stories on gun violence, physician burnout and depression, mental health/HIV, young adult psychiatry, women's issues, and other topics of interest to clinicians. Titles and links to each article that appeared in the print issue can be found in the captions.
COVER STORIESMounties, Cowboys, Avengers-and the Cultural Script of Gun Violence
James L. Knoll IV, MD and Ronald W. Pies, MD explore what changes may help account for our recent spate of mass shootings.
I’m a Psychiatrist-and I Live With Depression
A personal account by a psychiatrist who has battled depression.
SPECIAL REPORT - YOUNG ADULT PSYCHIATRY: PART 2
Clinical Implications of Substance Abuse in Young AdultsTransition Issues for Patients With Eating DisordersCyberbullying: Who Hurts, and WhyGrowing Up With ADHD: Clinical Care Issues
Does Flibanserin Have a Future?
The authors clarify the intricacies of hypoactive sexual desire disorder and discuss implications for treatment.
Psychiatric Consultation to the Postpartum Mother
Examining the potential areas of concern during the postpartum period, as well as practical approaches to differential diagnosis and treatment.
A CALL FOR RESEARCHERS
The OPTICS Project: An Open-Science Framework for the Analysis of Clinical Trial Data
A report of initiatives that have raised awareness of and promoted data sharing and data transparency in order to advance science and improve public health and health care.
GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY: The Four Categories of Elder Abuse: Evaluation ApproachesPOETRY OF THE TIMES: The FishermanWHY PSYCHIATRISTS ARE PHYSICIANS FIRST: The Mind-Body Divide: As Seen Through a Jaundiced Eye
NEW RESEARCH: Care for First-Episode Psychosis: New Insights From RAISEPAIN MANAGEMENT: Physician-Assisted Suicide: More Than Meets the Eye