A COVID-19 key session highlighting learning from the pandemic and its implications for health care will be held on day two of our virtual annual meeting, CLP 2020, on November 12-13.
C-L psychiatrists are faced with the ‘monumental task’ of providing evidence of outcomes from the rapid and widespread adoption of telepsychiatry. It is the most appreciable change in psychiatric practice during the pandemic—and is predicted to have lasting implications on the accessibility and quality of mental health care long after COVID-19.
SIG members are encountering heightened anxiety from treatment delays and fear of contagion, especially among cancer patients, as a result of the epidemic. Members have made effective use of their listserv to elicit opinions about cases and learn about other institutions’ pandemic protocols.
Where to find purpose and meaning when you most need it… A director of well-being at a hospital department of psychiatry values the support of peer groups in sustaining personal resilience.