Mayo Clinic and ReachMD Launch “Updates from Mayo Clinic”
Posted Jun 24 2013 11:00pm
Updates from Mayo Clinic broadcasts medical insights and opinions on recent advances in the management of psychiatric and neurologic disorders in the pediatric population, including ADHD, bi-polar disorder, depression, and more.
ReachMD, an award-winning producer and nationwide distributor of healthcare information and education for medical professionals, announced today its collaboration with Mayo Clinic on a new series titled Updates from Mayo Clinic. Hosted by Dr. Peter S. Jensen, Professor of Psychiatry and Vice Chair for Research at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, the series launches with a focus on recent advances in the management of psychiatric and neurologic disorders in the pediatric population.
Each broadcast segment is 15 minutes and features host Dr. Jensen with renowned guests from academic centers, medical institutions, and societies. The series broadcasts on air on XM Satellite Radio Channel 245, is simulcast online on ReachMD.com, and can be downloaded on demand through the free MedicalRadio™ app available on iTunes.
“We are pleased to launch this Series in collaboration with ReachMD to capture insights from medical experts across the country in the constantly evolving realm of psychiatric and neurologic disorders,” said Dr. Jensen, host of the series.
Dr. Jensen’s interviews span a spectrum of mental health management issues in pediatric primary care, including:
- Limiting Overprescribing vs Underprescribing of ADHD Medications
- The Role of Evidence-based Therapies in Treating Childhood Anxiety
- Addressing Suicidality in Adolescents and Young Adults
- Controversies in Diagnosis of Pediatric Bipolar Disorder
- Integrating Mental Health Expertise into Primary Care
- Substance Use vs Abuse in Teenagers With ADHD
“The Updates from Mayo Clinic series brings enormous value to our listeners, and through expert interviews and panel discussions, we can broaden the understanding of pediatric mental health,” said Dr. Matt Birnholz, Medical Director at ReachMD and resident host of the radio station.
The series is supported through an educational grant from Shire Pharmaceuticals.