Psych Congress Year-Round

Steven Chan, MD, MBA, a clinical informaticist and practicing addiction psychiatry physician, will present “Work Smarter and Leave the Office on Time” at Elevate by Psych Congress, being held in Boston, Massachusetts, March 8-10, 2019.


NEW ORLEANS—After a successful resolution of an acute episode of schizophrenia, patients who received monthly aripiprazole lauroxil injections continued to experience symptom improvement over the long term, according to a study presented at Psych Congress 2017.

NEW ORLEANS—Flexibly dosed brexpiprazole was an effective and safe add-on medication for patients with major depressive disorder who failed to improve on an antidepressant alone, according to a study presented at Psych Congress 2017.

NEW ORLEANS—Within a week of receiving 2 doses of intranasal esketamine, a group of patients with treatment-resistant depression experienced clinically relevant improvement, according to a study presented at Psych Congress 2017.

Vladimir Maletic

NEW ORLEANS—The opioid and cannabinoid signaling systems in the body, and treatments that target them, could soon become new tools in the fight against mental illness, Psych Congress 2017 preconference attendees learned.


Timothy S. Harlan, MD, FACP, executive director of the Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine, discusses modern eating habits, the work being done by the center, and his keynote address at Psych Congress.



Ann C. Childress, MD, Sally A. Berry, MD, PhD, Heidi W. Belden, PharmD
Sarah Ramsberger, Physician Assistant Student, Horacio Capote, MD, Director of Psychiatry, Michael Asbach, PA-C, Psych-CAQ