COVID-19: Mental illness the ‘inevitable’ next pandemic?
April 16, 2020
“Communities and organizations could consider training nontraditional groups to provide psychological first aid,” the authors wrote.
Survey: COVID-19 is getting in our heads
April 4, 2020
The pandemic is having an increasingly negative impact on Americans’ mental health.
COVID-19: Mental health pros come to the aid of frontline comrades
April 2, 2020
The sessions provided by COVID-19 Therapists are free to health care workers providing front-line care.
Suicide rate higher than average for female clinicians
January 23, 2020
Male health care practitioners are less likely than all working-age men to die by suicide.
ACGME deepening its commitment to physician well-being, leader says
November 27, 2019
NEW ORLEANS – Positive social relationships with others are crucial to joy and well-being in the practice of medicine, Dr. Brigham said.
Statins may do double duty as antidepressants
September 10, 2019
COPENHAGEN – Mounting evidence suggests antidepressant efficacy for statins in immunometabolic-related depression.
ICU admissions raise chronic condition risk
February 27, 2019
Compared to non-ICU visitors, patients had greater risk of developing new chronic conditions after discharge.
Checklists, colleagues key when psychiatric patient overdoses
February 20, 2019
BONITA SPRINGS, FLA. – Psychiatrists grieve when a patient overdoses and dies, but talking to other clinicians and using specialized checklists can help.
Buprenorphine endangers lives and health of children
June 25, 2018
Although important for treatment of opioid exposure, buprenorphine exposure can result in serious adverse effects in children who ingest it.
Two more and counting: Suicide in medical trainees
May 16, 2018
Dr. Michael F. Myers offers context for the latest discussions about physician suicides and calls on the medical community to act now.