Mental Health

The Pharmacy Times® Mental Health resource center provides a home where mental health experts and pharmacists can meet to learn about the latest clinical news from the field. With articles, coverage from conferences and meetings, links to condition-specific resources, and videos and other content, this is a one-stop shop for folks in both professions.

What can we help you find?
[[thumbnail_alt_text]]
The processes involving the high prevalence of diagnosis and over prescription undoubtedly play a role, but it is possible that the infra-diagnosis and lower prescription rates in men could be a factor, according to the study authors.
[[thumbnail_alt_text]]
The greater effect on population-wide alcohol use could be tied to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, including widespread social disruption and isolation, limited social support and access to medical care, and negative domestic and global economic impacts.
[[thumbnail_alt_text]]
Pharmacy schools are training students to recognize a mental health crisis and take action.
[[thumbnail_alt_text]]
Study suggests psilocybin may be effective in a much wider population of patients suffering from major depression than previously believed.
 
[[thumbnail_alt_text]]
Researchers suggest several modifications in the way health professionals manage patients with obesity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
[[thumbnail_alt_text]]
Researchers found that the combination of medication and psychoeducational therapy has greater efficacy in the prevention of recurrence of illness in people with bipolar disorder than treatment with medication alone.
[[thumbnail_alt_text]]
A recent study shows an unintended increase from 20% to 60% in the proportion of depressed youth without antidepressant treatment.
 
[[thumbnail_alt_text]]
One in 4 adults reported a change in alcohol use almost immediately after stay-at-home orders were issued during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic.
 
[[thumbnail_alt_text]]
Investigators found a link between the sleep quality of mother and child related to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
[[thumbnail_alt_text]]
Higher rates of mental health symptoms were found among younger respondents, those who identified themselves as female, and those who reported having a pre-existing mental health condition.
 
[[thumbnail_alt_text]]
The highest increase in remote delivery of mental health care was reported in those working in outpatient facilities and in women.