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Adapting an Outpatient Psychiatric Clinic to Telehealth During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Practice Perspective

Adapting an Outpatient Psychiatric Clinic to Telehealth During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Practice Perspective

IntroductionThe spread of COVID-19 and wide-scale self-quarantine and shelter-in-place orders have led many nonemergency practices to adopt telehealth solutions to continue serving their patients [1], and psychiatry is no exception.

Farzan Sasangohar, Major R Bradshaw, Marianne Millen Carlson, James N Flack, James C Fowler, Diana Freeland, John Head, Kate Marder, William Orme, Benjamin Weinstein, Jacob M Kolman, Bita Kash, Alok Madan

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(10):e22523

Medical Student Utilization of a Novel Web-Based Platform (Psy-Q) for Question-Based Learning in Psychiatry: Pilot Questionnaire Study

Medical Student Utilization of a Novel Web-Based Platform (Psy-Q) for Question-Based Learning in Psychiatry: Pilot Questionnaire Study

IntroductionAlthough web-based learning resources for medical student education in psychiatry offer enormous potential benefits, there persists a “digital divide” between learners and psychiatry educators.

John Torous, Zev Nakamura, Jordan Rosen, Pochu Ho, Christine Pelic, Larkin Elderon Kao, David Kasick, Joseph Witowsky, Fremonta Meyer

JMIR Med Educ 2020;6(2):e18340

Predictors of the Number of Installs in Psychiatry Smartphone Apps: Systematic Search on App Stores and Content Analysis

Predictors of the Number of Installs in Psychiatry Smartphone Apps: Systematic Search on App Stores and Content Analysis

However, to our knowledge, the factors that influence the number of installs of psychiatry apps have not been analyzed.

Mariana Pinheiro, Madalena Serra, Nuno Pereira-Azevedo

JMIR Ment Health 2019;6(11):e15064

Methodological Challenges in Randomized Controlled Trials on Smartphone-Based Treatment in Psychiatry: Systematic Review

Methodological Challenges in Randomized Controlled Trials on Smartphone-Based Treatment in Psychiatry: Systematic Review

The number of smartphone users exceeded 2.5 billion people in 2018 [6], and in high-income countries, 80% of the population own and use a smartphone [7].Smartphones are a promising tool in the field of psychiatry.

Morten Lindbjerg Tønning, Lars Vedel Kessing, Jakob Eivind Bardram, Maria Faurholt-Jepsen

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(10):e15362