Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellow, Dr. Raghu Ghandi published and article on geriatric depression in the January 2018 issue of Current Psychiatry. A 95-year-old man with treatment-resistant depression
The December 2017 edition of Psychiatric Annals has an invited editor, our Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship Director, Dr. Chinmoy Gulrajani. Dr. Gulrajani invited/edited or authored all the forensic psychiatry articles in this edition. This is a very high profile psychiatry periodical and an honor. Here, you can read one of the articles he authored. Difficult Defenses in the Courtroom
Dr. Lidia Zylowska addresses physician burnout and discusses ways to mitigate stress and increase well-being in an article for Psychiatric News, a publication of the American Psychiatric Association. Practicing Mindfulness Can Bring Busy Physicians Back to ‘Now’
Amber Frank, MD, and Madhuri Shors, MD, MPH co-authored an article that was published in the June 2017 issue of Current Psychiatry. The topic is de-prescribing in psychiatry. 6 Steps to deprescribing: A practical approach
Adnan Ahmed, MBBS has written a very insightful article which has been published in the Reflections and Narratives section of the Journal of the American Association of Psychiatry and the Law. A Ban by Any Other Name
Colin Wendt, one of our exceptional psychiatry-interested medical students recently published an essay in Academic Psychiatry. When Notes Fall from a Page
Deanna Bass, MD, along with former faculty members Amber Frank, MD and Donald Banik, MD collaborated on the following letter to the editor recently published in Academic Psychiatry.
The "Virtual Preceptor": A Teaching Tool Developed to Increase Resident Access to Supervision
Claire Garber, DO, Marianne Bernadino, MD, Joshua Tomashek, a collaborating medical student from Des Moines University, and Katharine Nelson, MD, Assistant Professor, collaborated on an article recently published in Academic Psychiatry. Academic Psychiatry is the top journal in the field of psychiatry education. This article discusses the residents' initiative to create a case conference to improve the quality of discharge summaries, communication between classes, and cross-class cohesion. Below is a link to a view-only copy that has been released prior to publication. The published version will be out in the upcoming months.
The Development and Implementation of a Patient Continuity Conference in a Psychiatry Residency Program
Anker, J. J., Forbes, M. K., Almquist, Z. W., Menk, J. S., Thuras, P., Unruh, A. S., & Kushner, M. G. (2017) A Network Approach to Modeling Comorbid Internalizing and Alcohol Use Disorders Journal of abnormal psychology. In the present study, we use an innovative statistical approach (network analysis) to identify drinking to cope with negative affect as a keystone feature of co-occurring internalizing (anxiety or depression) and alcohol use disorders.
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