Clinical CareEquipping PCPs to Screen and Intervene on Behavioral Health
Research shows that many physicians are unprepared for conducting behavioral health screening and brief interventions.
Governor's 'Mental Health Czar' Seeks New Blueprint For Care In California
Touring the Golden State as an unpaid advisor to Gov. Gavin Newsom, Thomas Insel looks to revamp mental healthcare.
Clinical CareResearchers Find 13.6% of Medical Residents Experience Bullying
Residents report that the impacts of being bullied include feeling depressed and burned out.
Clinical CarePenn State Leader on Physician Burnout: 'It's Time to Act'
A Penn State College of Medicine vice dean who also works as a clinical psychiatrist shares his perspectives on medical...
Clinical Care3-Part Care Pathway Addresses Delirium During Hospitalization
Hartford Hospital's ADAPT program has decreased length of stay and readmissions attributable to delirium.
Clinical CareAre Your Physicians Afflicted With Burnout or Depression?
Misidentifying depression as burnout can have deadly consequences.
Clinical Care5-Tier Hierarchy Helps Prioritize Physician Burnout Interventions
Researchers have adapted psychologist Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy to help healthcare organization leaders curb physician burnout.
Clinical CareBehavioral Health Needs Spike for Children and Young Adults. How Providers Can Help
A new analysis of private healthcare claim records finds behavioral health disorders spiking among young people. Find out what one...
Clinical CareAMA to Promote Use of Peer Support Groups
Voluntary gatherings that meet for the purpose of sharing stories, relieving distress and secondary trauma.
Clinical CareDelivering Primary Care at Mental Health Clinics Wins in Trial
Physical health markers in mentally ill patients improved under 'reverse co-location' model.
Clinical CareLegal Promise Of Equal Mental Health Treatment Often Falls Short
Laws requiring large group health plans to put mental health benefits on an equal footing with physical health have been...
Clinical Care5-Part Guideline Set to Address Impaired Physicians
New American College of Physicians guidance on impaired physicians features five prescriptions for struggling clinicians, their colleagues, and their employers.