Roberto Lewis-Fernandez: Cultural Psychiatry

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

In this episode, Roberto Lewis-Fernandez (http://bit.ly/2RRTpYe), MD, joins MDedge Psychiatry Editor-in-Chief, Lorenzo Norris, MD, to talk about how cultural assessments work and why they’re imperative to person-centered care. More from Dr. Lewis-Fernandez, Curbside Consult: Chinese American man with high risk of psychosis (http://bit.ly/2BaCpVP).

Podcast Participants

Lorenzo Norris, MD
Lorenzo Norris, MD, is host of the MDedge Psychcast, editor in chief of MDedge Psychiatry, and assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at George Washington University, Washington. He also serves as assistant dean of student affairs at the university, and medical director of psychiatric and behavioral sciences at GWU Hospital. Dr. Lorenzo Norris has no conflicts of interest.
Renee Kohanski, MD
Renee Kohanski, MD, is a board-certified psychiatrist with additional training in forensic psychiatry. She has been a board examiner for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and she has practiced within community mental health and departments of corrections. Currently, she is the sole proprietor of RK Psychiatry Associates. She can be seen and heard as a national commentator on general issues as they may relate to psychiatry. Dr. Renee Kohanski has no conflicts of interest.