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Early Career Practitioner & Trainee Corner

Mental healthcare and psychiatry is a unique harmony of art and science whereby empathy and sensitivity for the human experience of a patient with mental illness is woven into the ever-evolving and dynamic fabric of neuroscience and evidence-based clinical practice. PsychU’s Trainee and Early Career Practitioner Corner enriches the understanding of the past, present, and future of the art of psychiatry for the next generation of healthcare professionals.

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Key Findings From The 2019 PsychU National Forum: Future Of Technology & Mental Health

Key Findings From The 2019 PsychU National Forum: Future Of Technology & Mental Health

For 2019, PsychU’s annual theme was data and technology to improve mental health. In keeping with PsychU’s goals of improving mental health care… together, PsychU hosted a National Forum: Future of Technology and Mental Health on June 25, 2019 in Chicago, IL. The forum brought together top digital health clinicians…
Mental Wellness Across The Lifespan: An Interview With Marjorie Morrison

Mental Wellness Across The Lifespan: An Interview With Marjorie Morrison

In this interview, Marjorie Morrison, CEO & Co-founder of Psych Hub, describes the creation and evolution of Psych Hub, one of PsychU’s esteemed supporting organizations and one of the world’s most comprehensive online platforms for mental health education.  Marjorie provides insights into resources available through Psych Hub for the general…

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Request a free educational program for your organization or region today! These customizable PsychU presentations are available both online and in-person, and cover a range of topics including: schizophrenia, major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, care coordination, quality standards, and more.

Top Requested Presentations

The Neuropsychiatric Inventory: Development & Applications

Diagnostic & Statistical Manual Of Mental Disorders–Fifth Edition (DSM-5): Key Updates VS DSM-IV-TR

Distinguishing Sedation From Efficacy In Antipsychotic Treatment

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