P-MAP Cheers Alumni, Expanding Physician Pipeline

Ceremony will honor alumni completing residencies, students receiving medical degrees and students who are preparing to enter medical school in July.

Associate Professor Saira Kalia, MD
Minority Health Awareness Month: Perinatal Psychiatry

Associate Professor Saira Kalia, MD, speaks with KGUN 9 about the mental health challenges of new mothers, and the additional challenges women of color face.

Tommy K Begay, PhD
The Indigenous tribe fighting back against the addiction epidemic

The Guardian includes a quote from Psychiatry's Tommy K Begay, PhD, research assistant professor, about how historical trauma can cause maladaptive coping behaviors.

Jordan Karp, MD
Lecture Series Addresses Current Topics in Aging

Three free webinars will focus on isolation and loneliness, integrative health and sleep as they relate to aging.

Sensor Lab Seed Grants Support State-of-the-Art Research

The UArizona Health Sciences Sensor Lab awarded seed grants to eight faculty members and two student projects to improve health and wellness.

Sleep awareness and health

KGUN 9 interviews Scott Killgore, PhD, the Director of the Psychiatry Department's Social, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience lab about how blue light therapy is one way to get a good night's sleep.

Do you have COVID rage?

Dr. Kyle Suhr is a psychologist at Banner University Medical Center who has been studying anger for years. KGUN 9 interviews him about what people are calling "COVID rage."

Elisa Gumm, DO
Psychiatry for Primary Care: An Update on Substance Use Disorders (Part 4)

The data on substance use disorders are staggering. What can primary care providers do to help?

Kimberly Van Orden, PhD
Psychiatry for Primary Care: Suicide Risk Assessment and Prevention (Part 3)

In the absence of definitive data, how can primary care providers help prevent suicide and provide compassionate care that promotes quality of life in their patients?

Jeffrey Newcorn, MD
Psychiatry for Primary Care: An Update on ADHD (Part 2)

Being able to identify ADHD in medical settings is very important. One doctor will offer some guidelines for diagnosis and treatment during the Psychiatry for Non-Psychiatrists conference.