Challenge yourself to allow the patient to tell his story, said Dr. Kevin M. Simon.
The insights gained from this pandemic can lead to a more comprehensive outreach to senior patients.
Letters from Maine
Is the “in-person” standard of care appropriate for telemedicine?
Many clinicians have asked whether a physician should use a mask while seeing patients without COVID-19 in the office.
The patient you misunderstood, feared, or dismissed could be the same person who helps you become a better physician.
Evidence shows that engagement in coordinated specialty care can improve outcomes, according to Dr. Angela A. Coombs and Dr. Divya K. Chhabra.
Whether we know it or not, we all carry some form of implicit bias.
Psychotropics associated with QTc interval prolongation should be discontinued (or substituted with a low-risk agent) if a patient presents with...
Child Psychiatry Consult
Motivational interviewing using the acronyms PACE and OARS help you build rapport with your patients.
Burnout is a potential reality for clinicians in times of high stress.