PsychU is a free community and resource library for the mental health field. Our members share one simple belief: Improved information, increased collaboration, and on-going discussion will lead to improved mental health care and patient outcomes for individuals with mental illnesses.
Improving mental health care… together
PsychU is one community comprised of thousands of physicians, clinicians, care managers, nurses, pharmacists, payers, administrators, advocates, and other professionals in mental health care.
We are led by a team of distinguished thought leaders who have dedicated themselves to improving the future outlook for individuals with mental illnesses. These psychiatrists, executives, and innovators have varying specialties and serve as expert advisors on the topic areas addressed on PsychU. Their experience and expertise helps to guide the on-going discussion in the PsychU community. Learn more about our leadership team here.
PsychU has been made possible through collaboration between committed supporters of the mental health community. PsychU is supported by Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization, Inc., and Lundbeck, LLC, and is managed by OPEN MINDS. Medical writing support for PsychU is provided by Oxford PharmaGenesis, Inc. and MedThink SciCom, a division of MedThink, Inc., who have been compensated for their services.
Becoming a member of PsychU is completely free and provides full-access to all of PsychU’s offerings, including:
The PsychU Resource Library
This easily searchable online library contains thousands of resources on the latest mental health care developments, treatment best practice guidelines, market trends, research studies, innovative programs, decision support tools, and more. Dozens of new articles and resources are posted each week, many of which are highlighted in the PsychU community newsletters e-mailed to members. The library is curated for our members based on the following key topics:
PsychU events are designed to provide a platform for discussion and a place to share knowledge and ideas about the latest information on mental health treatment. From online forums, to live events taking place throughout the country, PsychU membership provides the opportunity to hear about the treatment best practices, innovative program models, and market trends shifting the current trajectory of mental health care.
PsychU members also have the ability to request a free custom event in their local community or at their organization. Learn more about this opportunity here.
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Steven Szabo, MD, PhD
Sloan Manning, MD
Michael Zarzar, MD