A comparative dosing and titration chart of commonly used first-generation and second-generation antipsychotics.
Dissociative seizures are paroxysmal episodes distinctive from epileptic seizures or syncope, and patients with dissociative seizures often have comorbid psychiatric difficulties.
Inaccuracies in provider directories are associated with use of out-of-network mental health care providers and surprise bills.
For patients with COVID-19 in the intensive care unit, data showed that 65% of patients experienced delirium, 69% agitation, and 21% altered consciousness.
Physicians saw drop in mood, rise in depression, anxiety symptoms, and fear of workplace violence.
Primary care providers report more workplace burnout and higher scores for anxiety than other health care professionals.
Mental health disturbances were found to be common in patients with homozygous familial hypercholesterolemia.
For psychiatric professionals, Administrations of Lunacy offers a critical exploration of psychiatry’s historic links to key moments in American history by focusing on an asylum that was the largest in the world in the mid-20th century.
Internet-delivered cognitive behavioral therapy has been shown to reduce anxiety and depression in older adults, and new mobile apps that support self-care and overall mental health may hold promise.