The bidirectional relationship between cardiovascular disease and various psychiatric symptoms are some of the most replicated findings in psychosomatic medicine and are commonly encountered in the daily practice of psychosomatic medicine clinicians. However, few empirical guidelines are available to assist and enhance the practice of cardiovascular psychiatry.
The mission of the Cardiovascular Psychiatry SIG is to bring together C-L psychiatrists interested in advancing clinical care, education, and research on the relationship between cardiovascular disease and psychiatric symptoms.
The co-chairs of our SIG are Leo Pozuelo, MD, FACLP, and Chris Celano, MD, FACLP.
ACLP members: to join our SIG, you simply need to update your ACLP membership profile. Under “Your Special Interest Group Subscriptions,” check the “Cardiovascular Psychiatry” box. Allow 24 hours to take effect.
Non-ACLP members: please send an email indicating your field of interest, full name, organization, and telephone number to email@example.com (email link includes CC to the co-chairs of the SIG).