As varied as the field of psychiatry itself, our Special Report collections covered issues such as eating disorders, traumatic brain injury, practice management, schizophrenia and depression, complex medical comorbidities, and more. Here's a sampling.
As varied as the field of psychiatry itself, our Special Report collections covered issues such as eating disorders, traumatic brain injury, practice management, schizophrenia and depression, complex medical comorbidities, and more. Scroll through the slides for links to each collection!
Turning Suicide Prevention Science Into Action. Even while attitudes are opening up about mental health and suicide prevention, the rate of suicide continues to rise in the United States.
Convergence of Thought?Peter F. Buckley, MD introduces the Psychiatric Times Special Report.
Immunotherapy as Personalized Medicine for Schizophrenia?Compelling case reports provide evidence for potential mechanistic associations between the immune system and schizophrenia.
Neuropsychiatry of TBI. This collection addresses several specific areas of concern that are of importance to psychiatrists: Can depression be prevented after traumatic brain injury? What are the risks? Are there special issues involved in treatment?
Meeting Our Personal and Professional Goals. By building a practice model that we enjoy, it enhances our ability to “cure sometimes, treat often, and comfort always.”
A Lexicon of Complex Patients in Psychiatric Practice. These thumbnail sketches of the articles in this report produce an impressionistic sketch of the meaning of the word complicated in psychiatric practice.
Exploring the Foundations of Psychiatry. As we discover new diseases of the brain that present with psychiatric symptoms, it remains incumbent upon us to remember the experience of patients and their families in the context of society at large.
Higher Levels of Care for Eating Disorders: A Practical Guide. Eating disorders are associated with significant comorbid psychopathology and the most extensive medical complications of any psychiatric disorder.