Thursday, May 14, 2020 at 2pm ET / 11am PT
As people across the country join in the fight against COVID-19 through physical distancing, it is vital to remember that staying “safe and healthy” during this time includes more than limiting contact with others and time outside the home. As the crisis continues on, many people are dealing with an elevating strain from existing mental health challenges, while others are developing new ones. With the growing impact of pandemic and isolation-related stress and anxiety, health systems are working diligently to find best ways to address new and existing mental health needs - for both healthcare workers and the communities they serve.
Join Dr. Gary Gottlieb, Harvard Professor of Psychiatry and Former CEO of Partners In Health and Partners Healthcare; Dr. Chi Huang, Executive Medical Director of General Medicine and Hospital Medicine Shared Services, Wake Forest Baptist Health System; Dr. Mark Hyman Rapaport, Emory University Professor and The Reunette Harris Chair of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Chief of Psychiatric Services, Emory Healthcare; and Kyruus Chief Medical Officer Dr. Erin Jospe, for a discussion on strategies for facilitating continuity of care and treating mental health conditions outside of traditional in-person models.
This session in our virtual forum series will focus on:
*Please Note: This Forum Has Ended*
Professor of Psychiatry,
Harvard Medical School;
Former CEO, Partners In Health; Former CEO,
Executive Medical Director,
General Medicine and Hospital Medicine Shared Services,
Wake Forest Baptist Health
Chief Medical Officer and
Senior Vice President,
Mark Hyman Rapaport, M.D.
The Reunette Harris Chair of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Emory University; Chief of Psychiatric Services,