Early Career Psychiatry 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 ...

  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 ...

After the COVID-19 pandemic altered the shape of events and educational experiences changed to virtual events in 2020, PRMS decided to launch its first virtual event series, Psych-cess, led by experts in the field and geared specifically towards residents, fellows, and early career psychiatrists. Each webinar in the series is designed to provide attendees with insight, mentor ...

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*This piece is a re-print from the Spring Edition of the Journal of the Mississippi Psychiatric Association.   As part of PRMS’ ongoing commitment to behavioral health, we are pleased to feature Doctors Chasity Torrence, FAPA, and Dustyn Baker, co-founders of the Psychiatry Outreach Program (POP) in Jackson, Mississippi, as guest bloggers this month, reflecting on the impact P ...

This past November was Military Families Month, and in keeping with PRMS’ mission to support the greater behavioral health community, we invited Rachel Sullivan, MD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Behavioral Health and Associate Program Director for Psychiatry Residency at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, HI – and a past PRMS Psych-cess speaker – to share her ...

As a part of PRMS’ ongoing commitment to behavioral health, we invited Russell Tobe, MD, and Suhal Shah, DO, to contribute as guest bloggers this month, reflecting on their experience as a mentor and mentee in the West Hudson Psychiatric Society’s (WHPS) Mentorship Program. Russell Tobe, MD – Department Director, Clinical Evaluation Center at the Nathan Kline Institute for Psy ...

As a part of PRMS’ ongoing commitment to behavioral health, we invited Nada Stotland, MD, MPH, and Jack W. Bonner, MD, to contribute as guest bloggers this month, reflecting on their career paths and sharing helpful advice with colleagues starting out in psychiatry. A new psychiatrist has numerous options and the potential for flexibility as he or she begins to chart a career ...

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An insurance policy with PRMS provides our clients with peace of mind. And this June 28th, in honor of National Insurance Awareness Day, we asked the PRMS Insurance Services team to share a few of the most common questions they receive from clients – and just what’s so great about a PRMS insurance policy. What has been the most common question received by Insurance Services in ...

As a part of PRMS’ ongoing commitment to behavioral health, we invited Joanne Dunne, CAE, Washington Psychiatric Society Executive Director to be featured as our guest blogger this month. We would like to share exciting news about the Washington Psychiatric Society (WPS) and big plans it has for this year. In addition to an impressive slate of timely CME topics covering every ...

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(At least about liability insurance.) I have mentioned more than once that while PRMS staff always welcomes the opportunity to speak to groups of psychiatrists in all stages of practice, we particularly welcome the chance to speak with residents. We believe that good advice early in one’s career can ease the transition to practice, reduce the anxiety that it creates, and help ...