State-of-the-art psych unit designed with recovery in mind
July 13, 2021
The new unit is designed both architecturally and clinically to deliver 'trauma-informed' care.
High rates of work-related trauma, PTSD in intern physicians
June 22, 2021
About 10% of participants screened positive for PTSD by the end of the internship year, compared with a 12-month PTSD prevalence of 3.6% in the general population.
PTSD prevalent in survivors of severe COVID-19
February 26, 2021
The results are “in line” with findings reported in other events, such as Hurricane Katrina of 2005, and the 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami.
COVID-19: A second wave of mental illness ‘imminent’
October 15, 2020
Each COVID-19 death leaves about nine family members bereaved, note Dr. Naomi Simon and coauthors.
CDC data confirm mental health is suffering during COVID-19
August 14, 2020
The prevalence of symptoms of anxiety disorder alone was roughly three times that reported in the second quarter of 2019.
A surge in PTSD may be the ‘new normal’
May 12, 2020
Right now, the best thing that we can do as mental health providers for people impacted by the trauma is provide crisis intervention, said Dr. Sheila Rauch.
Plan now to address the COVID-19 mental health fallout
May 11, 2020
Mental health professionals should begin working with public health and political leaders now to develop plans, said Dr. Lalasa Doppwalapudi and Dr. Steven Lippmann.
COVID-19: Addressing the mental health needs of clinicians
May 1, 2020
Health care workers might be facing a “care paradox,” in which they must choose between their patients’ safety and their own.