In case you missed it, here are some of the most active tweets of the year.
In case you missed it, here are some of the most active tweets of the year. For more Twitter news, follow us at @psychtimes. We follow back all psychiatrists and health associations!
Here it is-the 50 most important things @AllenFrancesMD has learned in over 50 years studying psychiatry. https://psychiatrictimes.com/couch-crisis/advice-young-psychiatrists-very-old-one.
Conversations in Critical #Psychiatry: @Awaisaftab's first in a collection of interviews with prominent individuals who have made meaningful criticisms of psychiatry and have offered constructive alternative perspectives. First up @AllenFrancesMD. https://www.psychiatrictimes.com/couch-crisis/conversations-critical-psychiatry-allen-frances-md
Maternal #suicide is a leading cause of #pregnancy-related deaths. More postpartum women die from suicide than from medical causes. This is why maternal #mentalhealth is everybody’s business. https://umassmed.edu/lifeline4moms/blog/blog-posts/2019/05/why-maternal-mental-health-is-everybodys-business--and-what-we-can-do-about-it/@Lifeline4Moms
Imagine a day where none of your coworkers would look at you, your family all ignored you when you tried to speak to them...How would that feel? Now imagine it happening every day. https://invisiblepeople.tv/making-eye-contact-with-homeless-people-is-important#mentalhealth@invisiblepeople
Today (May 1) marks the beginning of #MentalHealthMonth. Practice kindness, patience, and care for yourself and others. You never know what people are going through.
What will happen in 2020 in digital psychiatry? My colleague and friend @JohnTorousMD has made seven predications for @PsychTimes. (And, on a personal note, I'm pleased to be involved in the @APAPsychiatric project mentioned on the seventh prediction.) (@DavidGratzer). Read: 7 Trends in Digital Mental Health in 2020