General Psychiatry

A recent study found that people who had a mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) had a higher risk of experiencing which mental health disorder(s) within the next 6 months? Get the answer here.

Articles

The year's most-read stories include ketamine as a maintenance treatment for anxiety and the most effective atypicals in bipolar depression.

A nationwide study in Denmark suggests a link between infections in childhood and adolescence and increased risk of subsequent mental disorders.

Not using cannabis for one month could improve learning ability for adolescents and young adults who use the drug at least weekly, a U.S. study suggests.

Telemedicine visits have increased sharply in the US in recent years, with mental health visits one of the most common types. It's growing most rapidly in areas with a shortage of mental health specialists.

A recent study suggests magnetic resonance imaging may be able to help predict which condition before symptoms arise? Get the answer here.

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Blogs

BLOG: Could an app become something in our arsenal to prevent male doctors from acting on their desperate decision-making and instead, seek professional help?

BLOG: 319 days into 2017, we have had 391 mass shootings in the United States. That’s more than one each day this year. Sit with that for a moment.

BLOG: It is easy, in a time of brief therapy and outcome-driven health care, to want to bypass the most important thing we offer our patients—to allow them to be fully seen and witnessed.

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Posters

Edwin Kim, MD, Tara Krog, PhD, Jacqueline Pynn, MD
Ariana Murphy, MSEd, PD, Kristin Thomson, MHS, PA-C, Valerie Lederman, MS, PA-C
Kourtney Harrington, MD, Andrew Dentino, MD, FAPA, Rebecca Crow, DO, Bich-Thy Ngo, MD

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Video

Drs. Raison and Patrick

Psych Congress cochair Charles Raison, MD, recently discussed his research and perspectives in an extensive interview with Rhonda Perciavalle Patrick, PhD, who runs the FoundMyFitness website.

Dr. Jain gives an overview of the various topics presented throughout the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting.

Rakesh Jain, MD, discusses new developments from the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, including the release of DSM-5, the use of ketamine, and new brain exercises.

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