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January 2023

Clinical Psychiatry
Leo Sher, MD, Editor

According to the US National Institute of Mental Health, nearly one-fifth of adults in the United States have a psychiatric disorder. Providing care for the population of patients with psychiatric conditions in the United States is challenging and likely to become even more problematic in the near future. According to a 2017 New American Economy Report, more than 60% of all counties in the United States, including 80% of all rural counties, do not have a single psychiatrist. Therefore, non-mental-health medical professionals need to treat psychiatric conditions. Diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders and suicide prevention interventions are relevant to all clinicians.

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