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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 the Southern California Psychiatric Society and its work developing a nine-part, short documentary series featuring psychiatrist members working in the field of minority mental health. With the support of PRM ...

*This piece is a re-print from the Central California Psychiatric Society’ 2022 Quarterly Update from December 2022. As part of our ongoing commitment to behavioral health, PRMS is pleased to feature geriatric psychiatry specialist, Dr. Rossano Bangasan, MD, DFAPA, Central California Psychiatric Society (CCPS) member, and Chair of the Geriatric Committee at CCPS, as one of the ...

*This piece is a re-print from the Massachusetts Psychiatric Society’ Issue 224 July/August 2022 Newsletter. As part of PRMS’ ongoing commitment to behavioral health, PRMS is pleased to feature Dr. Judith Feldman, psychiatry specialist and Massachusetts Psychiatric Society member, as one of the guest bloggers this month. Dr. Feldman shares her journey to retirement and the ste ...

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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 highlight our partner the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry, which hosts the American Board of Adolescent Psychiatry. We invited Dr. Gregory P. Barclay, DLFAPA, President of the American Board of Adolescent P ...

*This piece is edited from an original article published in the Spring 2021 PaPS Transactions publication. In an effort to support mental health and initiatives led by the psychiatric community, PRMS is pleased to feature the following edited piece by Niharika Padala, MS4 at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, and Rama Rao Gogineni, MD, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist ...

*This piece is edited from an original article published in the Spring 2021 IPS Mind Matters publication. In an effort to support mental health and initiatives led by the psychiatric community, PRMS is pleased to feature the following edited piece by Dr. Lala Park, Editor of the Illinois Psychiatric Society Mind Matters publication. Dr. Park highlights the work two psychiatric ...

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In our efforts to support mental health and all those served by and working in the field of psychiatry, we are pleased to feature Donna Vanderpool, MBA, JD, PRMS Director of Risk Management, as one of our bloggers this month. Donna shares strategies that doctors can implement to provide good clinical care in honor of World Patient Day this September. World Patient Safety Day 2 ...

As part of PRMS’ ongoing commitment to behavioral health, we are pleased to feature Doctors Asha Martin, Alan Rodriguez Penney, Gabrielle Shapiro, and Olga Koblova, members of the New York County Psychiatric Society (NYCPS), as guest bloggers this month, to reflect on how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their psychiatric practices over the last year. How did COVID change t ...

*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 ...