Stanislav Spivak, MD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Johns Hopkins University and Medical Director of the Johns Hopkins Psychiatric Mobile Treatment program discusses the findings of a recent study on barriers to the increased use of telemedicine in the mental health field.
Consultant360 spoke with Dr Kirsch, whose recent study found that individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may have an increased risk of comorbid depression, bipolar disorder, and anxiety compared with those without ASD.
Consultant360 spoke with Leslie Heinberg, PhD, from Cleveland Clinic, about the importance of cognitive behavioral therapy and a multidisciplinary approach to treating obesity, especially among those with comorbid binge eating disorder and other mental health conditions.
Nosayaba Osazuwa-Peters, PhD, BDS, MPH, CHES, on Understanding Suicidality Among Survivors of Head and Neck Cancers
There is no one factor that can be pinpointed as the main driver of suicides among head and neck cancer survivors, said Nosayaba Osazuwa-Peters, PhD, BDS, MPH, CHES, of the Saint Louis University School of Medicine and the Saint Louis University Cancer Center.
Daniel Blumberger, MD, MSc, from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Canada shares the ins and outs of intermittent theta burst stimulation—the shortened brain stimulation protocol newly approved by the FDA for depression that has not responded to standard therapies.
Nearly half of patients with obesity also have depression, according to the CDC. In this Q&A, Leslie Heinberg, PhD, from Cleveland Clinic, discusses the association between depression and obesity, and how this interaction can affect treatment outcomes.