Journal Logo

Most Popular Videos

Creator: Talia R. Cohen, BA
Duration: 3:52
Journal: Harvard Review of Psychiatry
A video abstract by Talia Cohen, lead author of a Perspectives article published in the July/August 2020 issue. In this brief video abstract, Ms. Cohen describes the authors’ process in gathering and collating the published and publicly available information on 317 mental health units. Moreover, she discusses the value of this information in designing and implementing new correctional mental health units in the future, with the hope that it will serve as a step toward updating best practices for treatment units housed in correctional institutions.
Creator: Abigail M. Judge, PhD
Duration:
Journal: Harvard Review of Psychiatry
A video introduction by Dr. Abigail Judge, lead author of a review article published in the Sept/Oct 2018 issue. In this brief video abstract, Dr. Judge discusses the current services infrastructure for survivors of human sex trafficking, and identifies ways to help avoid a fragmented and potentially retraumatizing clinical and systemic response.
Creator: Brent M. Kious, MD, PhD
Duration: 5:58
Journal: Harvard Review of Psychiatry
A video introduction by Dr. Brent Kious, lead author of a review article published in the March/April 2018 issue. In this brief video abstract, Dr. Kious discusses the epidemiological evidence that shows that increased altitude of residence is linked to increased risk of depression and suicide.
Creator:
Duration: 6:02
Journal: Harvard Review of Psychiatry
A video introduction by Dr. Margaret Spottswood, lead author of a review article published in the Mar/Apr 2019 issue. In this brief video abstract, Dr. Spottswood reviews screening and diagnosis of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and discusses strategies to engage primary care patients with PTSD in treatment.
Creator: Christopher M. Celano, MD
Duration: 5:09
Journal: Harvard Review of Psychiatry
A video introduction by Dr. Christopher Celano, lead author of a review article published in the July/August 2018 issue. In this brief video abstract, Dr. Celano discusses the associations between depression, anxiety, and heart failure; the mechanisms mediating relationships between these conditions and medical outcomes; and diagnosis and treatment of these conditions.
Creator: Dr. Diego A. Pizzagalli
Duration: 4:20
Journal: Harvard Review of Psychiatry January/February 2020, Volume 28, Issue 1;
A video introduction by Dr. Diego A. Pizzagalli, Guest Editor of the Special Issue: Depression: Harnessing Biology and Technology for the Next Generation of Treatments. This Special Issue is specifically designed to provide some answers to challenging questions, to evaluate cross-disciplinary trends in depression research, and to highlight major gaps in our understanding of this common disorder.
Creator: Dr. Joshua L. Roffman
Duration: 2:36
Journal: Harvard Review of Psychiatry March/April 2016, Volume 24, Issue 2;
A video introduction by Dr. Joshua L. Roffman, Deputy Editor of the Harvard Review of Psychiatry and Guest Editor of the Special Issue on The New Natural History of Schizophrenia. The Special Issue includes eight articles by global experts in the field, who present an evolving view of the epidemiology, neurophysiology, genetics, and treatment of schizophrenia.
Creator: Dr. Erin Smith
Duration: 2:51
Journal: Harvard Review of Psychiatry
A video introduction by Dr. Erin Smith, lead author of a review article published in the May/June 2016 issue. Postpartum depression is among the most common complications of pregnancy. Detection of at-risk women via screening and treatment of depression are important areas of collaboration between psychiatrists and our colleagues in obstetrics, pediatrics, and family medicine. In this brief introduction, the article's structure and relevance to psychiatrists is discussed.
Creator: Dr. Judith G. Edersheim and Rebecca W. Brendel
Duration: 3:13
Journal: Harvard Review of Psychiatry
A video introduction by co-editors of a special issue of the Harvard Review of Psychiatry: Psychiatry, Neuroscience, and the Law. The goal of this Special Issue is to educate and inform mental health researchers and clinicians about the increasing use of their work in judicial contexts, and to prepare them for the ethical and practical issues that will arise when their work enters the legal arena.