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“There’s clearly still widespread burnout, fatigue, and frustration not only related to the earlier phases of the pandemic but also the aftermath related to staffing shortage,” Dr. Lou Baptista said.
Meg Haney, professor of neurobiology (in psychiatry) at Columbia, discusses the effects, risks, and potential benefits of cannabis and what she told her own sons about drug use.
"This new lawsuit . . . raises critical ethical and legal questions that affect vast amounts of future scientific research," writes Dr. Robert Klitzman.
With its updated draft guidance on opioid prescribing, the CDC has the potential to correct significant, if unintended, harms.
“Even people who aren’t particularly socially anxious may feel a bit awkward jumping back into activities that were previously comfortable for them.” said Dr. Franklin Schneier.
This systematic review examines the outcomes and moderators of task-shared psychological interventions associated with depression severity, response, and remission.
Stacy St. Clair credits Columbia's Gender Identity Program for the gift of true self.
Psychiatry has added prolonged grief disorder to the latest edition of its diagnostic manual, based largely on the work of Columbia psychiatrist Katherine Shear.
An opioid addiction vaccine is currently in the first phase of clinical trials, being led by Columbia Psychiatry's Sandra Comer, who directs the university’s Opioid Laboratory.
While insomnia can be a symptom of psychiatric disorders, sleep problems can also contribute to the onset and worsening of problems such as depression, anxiety, and even suicidal ideation.