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A pilot feasibility study to assess new therapy addresses a critical gap in treatment options for a high-risk patient population with unique emotional needs.
Despite growing evidence of efficacy and safety, however, access to this form of therapy remains largely inaccessible to those who need it the most.
The award recognizes residents who go above and beyond their duties to foster a culture of collaboration and excellence.
A new study suggests that mothers who experience poor sleep during pregnancy, particularly during the second trimester, are more likely to have children with neurodevelopmental issues.
Source:Allure MagazineJuly 27, 2017
Dr. Evelyn Attia notes that it often comes down to whether clinicians have a specific interest in eating disorders — if so, they seek out extra training...
Source:The AtlanticJuly 27, 2017
Dr. Jack Drescher says that there is no standardization of the practice, and what little research exists around it is poorly done and not subject to peer review.
Source:Huffington PostJuly 27, 2017
“When health care gets a cold, mental health care gets pneumonia,” says Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman. “The military has had a tsunami of mental health-related issues,”
Source:The New York TimesJuly 26, 2017
Dr. Catherine Lord said she did not know of another program for autistic students that was as comprehensive and well organized...
Source:AUTISM MAGJuly 26, 2017
Dr. Jeremy Veenstra-VanderWeele says “It is a bit of a leap... the potential mechanisms are quite unclear.”
- July 26, 2017
Accessing the Best in Mental Health Care Just Got Easier
- July 17, 2017
A study of those at high risk of developing psychosis has identified measures that may be useful in predicting both the increased risk of future violent behavior and the development of psychosis.
Source:KPBSJuly 7, 2017
Dr. Paul Appelbaum weighs in on the Goldwater rule.
Source:PHILLY.COMJuly 7, 2017
Dr. Jack Drescher noted that there is no scientific evidence that sexual orientation can be changed through conversion therapies.
Source:WASHINGTON TIMESJuly 7, 2017
Dr. Mark Olfson comments on findings of high suicide risk among people even many years post hospital discharge.