Skip to main content

From Elevate by Psych Congress

Social media isn’t known for its positive influence on mental health, but Nina Vasan, MD, MBA, and Gowri Aragam, MD, are working to change that.
At Elevate by Psych Congress, Albert “Skip” Rizzo, PhD, will discuss the current state of simulation technology and address whether he believes clinical virtual reality is truly ready for the…
With the far reach of the opioid epidemic and the high comorbidity of opioid addiction with other psychiatric disorders, the session will be relevant to all attendees, not just those in addiction…
Psychiatrist Sarah Vinson, MD, associate clinical professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia, will coach attendees on trauma diagnosis and treatment at the upcoming Elevate by Psych Congress conference.
In this Q&A, Steven Chan, MD, MBA, explores signs of technology addiction and describes possible interventions and treatment tools. Dr. Chan is cochair of the upcoming Elevate by Psych Congress conference and will give a presentation on the topic there.
Behavioral health care must be better integrated with physical health care during and after pregnancy to sufficiently meet the needs of women with perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs), Mousumi Mukerji, MSN, PMHNP-BC, CNM, said at Elevate by Psych Congress.
After seeing her mother struggle with dementia, Heidi Magyar, PsyD, ARNP, vowed to learn everything she could about the disease—for her own sake, as well as for her family and her patients.
When Hurricane Harvey struck in 2017, Houston, Texas psychiatrist Manizeh Mirza-Gruber, MD, saw her home, neighborhood, and city flooded. Her life was transformed— physically, spiritually, and emotionally.
J. Andrew Chacko, MD, MSE, FAPA, sees big problems with the state of health care and medicine today.
A multitude of factors contribute to a person being at risk of suicide, and clinicians need to understand those contributors in order to help prevent suicide, an expert told attendees at Elevate at Psych Congress.
Back to Top