More effort and resources need to be expended to help homeless people with mental illness find shelter from extreme winter cold.
A small state has a big need for psychiatrists in its rural areas but finds that recruiting them is a difficult undertaking.
It turns out that psychodynamic psychotherapy, which has long been difficult to teach to psychiatry residents, can be taught in small concrete steps outlined in a manual.
A National Alliance on Mental Illness chapter develops a social-media campaign to increase contact between those with mental illness and those without such a disorder.
Psychiatrists are needed to donate their time and skills to help soldiers piece their lives back together upon returning to the United States from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Rural telemental health is working, but it needs to overcome several nontechnical barriers to gain wider implementation.
Mental health experts call for multilevel strategies to build and improve community-based mental health options.
A psychiatrist and medical college dean receives honors for his long career in schizophrenia and public mental health research and efforts to revitalize psychiatric services at a medical school.
Alzheimer’s disease is sixth leading cause of death among Americans, but the fourth leading cause of death for older African Americans.
The effort to recover psychologically following the devastation wrought by Hurricane Sandy is progressing but is far from complete.
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