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Gov. Kathy Hochul launched the first listening session at The New York State Psychiatric Institute.
Lessons learned from effects of containment policies could help to mitigate impact in future public health emergencies.
We spoke to Patrice Malone, MD, about her work with individuals struggling with psychiatric and substance use disorders, as well as her role as a director of the June Jackson Christmas Program.
In November 2021, Columbia Psychiatry stepped up as a leader in this field and named Elizabeth Ford, MD, to the newly created position of Director of Mental Health and Criminal Justice Initiatives.
Source:NBC NewsMarch 15, 2017
People living with HIV and their loved ones should be aware of the symptoms of HIV-associated dementia, so the appropriate diagnostic investigation and treatment can be initiated as soon as possible.
Source:US News & World ReportMarch 3, 2017
Can Older People Have Eating Disorders?
- February 24, 2017
“As the ‘silver tsunami’ approaches, substance use disorders in the elderly are expected to more than triple by 2020,” says Dr. Kotbi, Associate Professor of Psychiatry
- February 8, 2017
Study in mice shows drug’s potential to prevent PTSD in soldiers and others likely to experience psychological trauma.
Source:MedscapeFebruary 3, 2017
Results from the first-ever randomized controlled clinical trial to test a dietary intervention as a treatment for clinical depression.
Source:New ScientistJanuary 18, 2017
While some people may benefit from sharing their experiences, others risk experiencing more trauma by recalling them, says Dr. Elias Dakwar, Columbia University’s Division on Substance Abuse.
- January 18, 2017
Preventing postpartum depression by providing behavioral and prenatal support to low-income women.
- January 6, 2017
Brain imaging studies are often narrowly focused on the disorder of interest to the exclusion of those with common comorbid psychiatric conditions.
- January 1, 2017
Awards and honors given to the faculty of Columbia Psychiatry
Source:MedscapeAugust 4, 2016
Scratch-and-Sniff Test Beats Imaging in Predicting Cognitive Decline