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.

 Jordan F. Karp, MD
Psychiatry for Primary Care: A Behavioral Medicine Update (Part 1)

Primary care providers are increasingly seeing patients who are struggling with mental illness—how can they effectively assist these patients? (This is the first part of a 4-part series that ran in The Psychiatric Times.)

March Proclaimed as “Arizonans in Health Research Month”

Arizona leads the nation in enrolling participants in the National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program.

Jacquelin Esque, MD, assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the College of Medicine – Tucson.
Mental Health Experts Helping Teens Burdened by the Pandemic

While the isolation and stress of the pandemic has affected overall mental health, Health Sciences experts say teenagers have been hit particularly hard.

Physician, Heal Thyself With Sleep

The Psychiatric Times interviews Psychiatry Department researchers Michael Grandner, PhD, and Scott Killgore, PhD, about sleep deprivation among health care professionals

Integrating Indigenous Wisdom and Western Medicine

Dr. Tommy Begay is using sleep research to combat PTSD for Native populations impacted by historical trauma.

Denise Rodriguez Esquivel, PhD
Road-rage incidents nearing record numbers in Arizona

KOLD News 13 interviews Psychiatry assistant professor Denise Rodriguez Esquivel, PhD about ways to keep cool when experiencing road rage.

Vascular Surgeon to Study Brain Blood Flow and Alzheimer’s

Researchers hope that finding a connection between carotid disease and Alzheimer’s could provide a new pathway for preventing dementia.