How much overtime would you work to earn $40K in overtime pay? Asst. Prof. of Psychiatry & Institute for Public Health Faculty Scholar, Jessie Gold says watch out for burnout!
Asst. Professor and Institute Faculty Scholar, Jessi Gold, MD, has written an article published in STAT News about the need to fix the system in which psychiatrists & other docs are overwhelmed with messages from patients.
Institute Faculty Scholar, psychiatrist and asst. professor at WashU School of Medicine, Jessica Gold MD, says we have a tendency to reason our way out of feeling painful emotions.
Institute Faculty Scholar and psychiatrist, Jessica Gold, MD weighs in on how “therapy terms can go viral without context”.
Faculty scholar and asst. professor Jessica Gold, MD, weighs in on a new TikTok trend and why it could be toxic.
Psychiatrist and Asst. Professor, Jessi Gold, MD discusses the importance of children to “see parents as human” and discuss mental health struggles in age-appropriate ways.
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry & Institute for Public Health Faculty Scholar, Jessie Gold, MD discusses a “burnout” as a workplace-associated condition.
Psychiatrist & Assistant Professor, Jessi Gold, MD, talks about barriers to extended health leave for a large portion of Americans.
Institute for Public Health Faculty Scholar and Psychiatrist Jessi Gold discusses pervasive issues with those who have a prior history with depression.
Assistant Professor of psychiatry and Faculty Scholar, Jessie Gold, MD discusses the need for mental help support in our current volatile time.
Faculty Scholar and assistant professor of psychiatry, Jessica Gold, MD discusses the risks of suddenly stopping antidepressants.
What are the mental/physical effects of daylight saving time? Faculty Scholar, Jessi Gold, MD, weighs in.
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Faculty Scholar Jessica Gold, MD, discusses artists who are willing to talk about their own challenges with mental health.
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Faculty Scholar, Jessica Gold, MD, talks about having those “uncomfortable conversations” in light of the pandemic.
Jessica Gold MD, MS, institute Faculty Scholar and Assistant Professor at the School of Medicine, highlights some ways parents of teenagers can better connect with their children in this New York Times article.
Read this New York Times article featuring Institute Faculty Scholar and Assistant Professor at the School of Medicine, Jessica Gold MD, MS, who discusses symptoms of depression and burnout and what steps individuals can take if they are struggling.
Institute Faculty Scholar and Assistant Professor at the School of Medicine, Jessica Gold MD, MS, speaks with Lifehacker about some of the misconceptions surrounding antidepressants that are often spread via social media.
Jessi Gold, MD, MS, comments on this alarming and rising trend.
“An increase in these numbers in this population is concerning — and critically important to address — but the fact that it is increasing is not entirely surprising,” said psychiatrist Dr. Jessica Gold, director of wellness, engagement, and outreach in the department of psychiatry of Washington University in St. Louis.