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Managing return-to-work anxiety

Returning to work during the COVID-19 crisis is an additional stressor for many people during these uncertain times. UF Health psychiatrists Drs. Jody Brown and Carol Mathews discuss some ways to manage return-to-work anxiety.

Tim Tebow Foundation tours CAN

Tim Tebow and members of his foundation toured the new UF Health Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment (CAN) to see what great things we are doing and meet one of our families.

Q&A with Jacqueline Hobbs, MD, PhD

The Q Report – Over the past three years the Behavioral Health Work Group has led a process-improvement initiative to enhance care for emergency patients with behavioral health conditions. Dr. Hobbs has led this group for the past two years.

Peaceful Paths Make a Dif-FUR-ence Walk May 29th-31st

A secret benefactor has purchased 12 shirts, sizes XS-XL, for the Peaceful Paths Make A Dif-FUR-ence walk as an opportunity for psychiatry faculty, residents, fellows, and staff to participate in this event. We want to see all you fur baby parents in one of these shirts, participating in…

Psychiatry Programs Awarded Continued Accreditation Status

The ACGME Review Committee for Psychiatry recently reviewed our general and subspecialty programs (Child & Adolescent, Forensic, and Geriatric) and awarded the status of Continued Accreditation.  This is excellent news, and we thank all faculty, residents, fellows, and staff for everything you do…

Dr. Mihalik-Wenger named Outside Reviewer for AJP Residents’ Journal

Amanda Mihalik, MD Please join us in congratulating Dr. Amanda Mihalik-Wenger, PGY-2, on being named to an Outside Reviewer position with the American Journal of Psychiatry’s Residents’ Journal that serves as a forum for medical students, psychiatry residents, and fellows. The…