The people of Newtown, Conn., choose a low-key remembrance for the children and educators lost in last year’s mass shooting at an elementary school.
The Psychiatric Services Achievement Award winners this year feature integrated and patient-centered care, as well as outreach to returning veterans.
Recovery from serious mental illness takes more than medical care; it requires social and rehabilitative services as well.
A special cooperative venture among artists, physicians, and communities of new Americans breaks down barriers to care and creates art in the process.
The Kennedy Forum gala and conference bring mental health leaders and policymakers together to assess the past and suggest the best path for the future of mental health care.
Continued racial discrimination against African Americans worsens disparities in diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders, said speakers at the Institute on Psychiatric Services.
Implementation of the Affordable Care Act means not only improved health insurance coverage but also the onset of experiments with new approaches to care.
The sudden and record-breaking Colorado floods left area residents distressed but resilient, report psychiatrists who responded in the disaster’s aftermath.
The nationwide campaign known as Choosing Wisely, which APA recently joined, is designed to spur conversations about what medical treatments are appropriate and necessary.
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