Psychiatrists on the PRMS Blog

As part of PRMS’ ongoing efforts to support the behavioral healthcare community and to promote the organizations that work towards this mission, we are pleased to share an update on the Psychiatry Outreach Program (POP) at the Jackson Free Clinic in Mississippi. POP was started by members of the Mississippi Psychiatric Association, and PRMS has previously posted two articles, f ...

As part of PRMS’ ongoing efforts to support the behavioral healthcare community and promote the organizations that work towards this mission, we are pleased to highlight our Platinum Partner, the New Jersey Psychiatric Association, and its advocacy efforts. We invited Dr. Debra Koss, MD, DFAACAP, DFAPA, clinical assistant professor with the Department of Psychiatry at Rutgers-R ...

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As part of PRMS’ ongoing commitment to behavioral health, we are pleased to feature Randall Hagar, Psychiatric Physicians Alliance of California Policy Advocate and Principal of Empirical Policy, as a featured guest blogger this month. Mr. Hagar introduces the Alliance and shares its accomplishments and goals since its founding in 2020. The Psychiatric Physicians Alliance of ...

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This past May, team PRMS descended upon the Big Easy to host clients, partners, and friends at our annual reception with the Southern Psychiatric Association, as well as to exhibit at several of our partner organizations’ annual meetings around New Orleans. We share more about our time in Louisiana below. After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, PRMS was thrilled to co-hos ...

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As you may be packing your suitcase for an upcoming summer vacation, there are a few things to consider before taking time away from your practice. 1) Make certain your staff has accurate telephone numbers and other contact information.  Discuss with them situations in which you absolutely want to be contacted; which may include problems with specific patients.  Remember, your ...

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As part of PRMS’ ongoing commitment to behavioral health, we invited Doctor Nicholas LaCivita, PGY-I Psychiatry Resident at the Mississippi State Hospital Psychiatry Residency Program, to be featured as a guest blogger this month. Dr. LaCivita reflects on his experience attending the 2022 Spring Meeting co-hosted by the Louisiana Psychiatric Medical Association and the Mississi ...

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As part of PRMS’ ongoing commitment to behavioral health, we invited Janet Baek, MD, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellow at Stanford University School of Medicine in Stanford, CA, to be featured as our guest blogger this month and share her goals as the new PRMS Fellow in Child Psychiatry with the Group for Advancement of Psychiatry. I applied to become a fellow with the Gr ...

As part of PRMS’ ongoing commitment to mental health, we are pleased to feature Chaden Noureddine, fourth-year medical student at Rutgers Medical School and the Medical Student Representative for the American Association for Psychiatric Administration and Leadership, as a guest blogger this month. Ms. Noureddine reflects on her experience working with AAPAL and her goals with t ...

*This piece was originally published December 2021 in issue 21 of the World Child & Adolescent Psychiatry journal and was edited for clarity in February 2022. As part of PRMS’ ongoing commitment to mental health, we are pleased to feature Mandar Jadhav, MD – child and adolescent psychiatrist, fellow representative of the Indo-American Psychiatric Association, and American ...

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  PRMS’ Psych-cess webinar series returns this year on Tuesday, April 12th, 6:30 – 7:30 pm ET on the topic of Emergency Psychiatry, featuring emergency psychiatrist Tony Thrasher, DO, DFAPA. Interested in the field of emergency psychiatry or just curious to learn more from our speaker? Join PRMS for a presentation and live question-and-answer session led by Dr. Thrasher, who w ...