Psychiatry Review 2017: The Complex Puzzle of Addiction, Neuroscience Frontiers
This year's Psychiatry Review conference will provide a guide to the diagnosis, epidemiology, risks, and management of substance use disorders and other psychiatric disorders that commonly co-occur with substance use disorders.
October 26 & 27, 2017
The Commons Hotel
Middle-aged white men at higher risk for suicide; how you can help
Katharine Nelson, MD Nelson talks about men and suicide, and ways people can recognize and reduce risk factors in their loved ones.
What Can We Learn from the Patterns of Eating Disorders?
"The better we are able to understand what factors increase the possibility of developing disordered eating behaviors, the better chance we have to develop effective prevention efforts." T32 postdoctoral research fellow Cari Pearson Carter describes her study in a recent Health Talk article.
Dan Markingson Symposium 2017
We were pleased and honored to host the first annual Dan Markingson Lecture on the role of the family in mental well-being and mental health recovery. This special symposium took place on April 26, 2017 in the Humphrey Conference Center.
Dr. Gerald August, Professor, Department of Family Social Science; Adjunct Professor, Department of Psychiatry; Co-Director: Institute of Translational Science in Children's Mental Health; Director, Center for Personalized Prevention Research, spoke on the role of the family in shared medical and mental health decision-making. Dr. August’s lecture was followed by a panel discussion by people who have a lived experience of mental illness and their family members.
"Bring Me the Real Doctor": Dealing with Patient Bias
First-year resident Rana Elmaghraby, MD, shares her experience and insight in the Psychiatric News Residents' Forum.
The Department of Psychiatry at the University of Minnesota strives to fulfill the tripartite mission of the Medical School: excellence in teaching, research and clinical service.
We strive to provide original, stimulating and state of the art knowledge to trainees at all levels from the first year of medical school to the completion of post residency fellowships.
We conduct cutting edge research that leads to a fundamental understanding of psychiatric disease and to the development of new and safe treatments for these diseases.
We provide outstanding inpatient and outpatient clinical care as a base for teaching medical students and residents at the University as well as providing specialized programs for patients and their families.