In recent months, Psychiatry Advisor has made an effort to cover the impact that the 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has had on providers and healthcare workers in the field of psychiatry.
From the costs of social isolation and implications for the ongoing suicide crisis, to the emergence of posttraumatic stress symptoms and concerns in psychogeriatric wards, Psychiatry Advisor has brought you breaking news about COVID-19 alongside our usual coverage of groundbreaking research.
Now, we are looking for perspectives and insights from our readers! We want to highlight the experiences of providers working on the front lines, as well as those potentially isolated at home and out of work.
If you have a perspective to share as a psychiatric provider, please get in touch with us via our submissions page: https://www.psychiatryadvisor.com/home/submissions/.
Send us a well-thought-out pitch, and we will get back to you with further details. All submissions will be thoroughly edited, and we are open to varying formats, from lists of clinical tips to opinion pieces.
Thank you for your work and stay strong!