Residents on the PRMS Blog

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 ...

Posted:

  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 ...

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 feature Dr. Halimah Y. Oral, PGY-3 in Psychiatry at Indiana University and member of the Indiana Psychiatric Society, as a guest blogger this month. Dr. Oral reflects on her first experience attending the 2021 IPS Region ...

Posted:

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 feature Dr. Brett Kramer, Resident-Fellow Trustee to the Board of the New Jersey Psychiatric Association and PGY-2 at the AtlantiCare Psychiatry Residency Training Program, as a guest blogger this month. Dr. Kramer refle ...

Posted:
Categories: PRMS Blog, Volunteer, Residents

As manager of The Psychiatrists’ Program®, PRMS® specializes in medical professional liability insurance for psychiatrists and behavioral healthcare group practices. Choosing a malpractice insurance policy is one of the first – and most important – decisions you will face in your career. Secure your future with an insurance program tailored to meet your needs. With 35 years of ...

Posted:

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 ...

Posted:

*This piece is edited from an original article published in the June 25, 2021 Mississippi Psychiatric Association E-Update newsletter.  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 feature Ms. Angela Ladner, Executive Director of the Mississippi Psychiatric Associ ...

Posted:
Categories: PRMS Blog, Residents

*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 ...

Posted:

As part of PRMS’ ongoing commitment to behavioral health, we are pleased to feature Dr. Samuel Adeyemo, third-year psychiatry resident at Interfaith Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York, and an Honors Scholar with the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry, as a featured guest blogger this month. Dr. Adeyemo shares why he chose the field of geriatric psychiatry and refle ...

Posted: