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Brain on a Wire: A CyberPsychiatry Podcast

Author: Edward Kaftarian, MD

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Technology is affecting how we think, behave, relate, communicate, and live. Join Dr. Edward Kaftarian, MD, a board certified psychiatrist, technology pioneer, and coiner of the term, "CyberPsychiatry," as he interviews prominent guests in the technology and mental health space to determine how technology will shape our minds, behaviors, relationships, and the entirety of the human experience. Topics include telemedicine / telepsychiatry, virtual reality, social media, internet addiction, and artificial intelligence.
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In this Episode Dr. Edward Kaftarian speaks with HIPPO Education about the various aspects of Telemedicine and COVID-19
In This Episode We Discuss social Media and its effect on personal relationshipsThis episode is brought to you by:Orbit Health Telepsychiatry and PsychCongress 
In this episode we will discuss the phenomenon of Social Media and its effects on Self EsteemThis episode is brought to you by:Orbit Health Telepsychiatry and PsychCongress 
In this Episode of Brain on a Wire, we discuss Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation treatment:- uses - how it works- success rate- what to expect in treatmentThis episode is brought to you by:Orbit Health Telepsychiatry and PsychCongress 
Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality

2019-07-1715:33

The digital age is upon us.  The field of mental health is not prepared for the tidal wave that is coming.  This Episode Covers the subject of Virtual RealityCyberPsychiatry, a term coined by the host, Edward Kaftarian, MD, is a growing subspecialty of psychiatry.  It involves all the ways technology can affect mental and emotional health.  We will explore the many perspectives and implications of technology, including telepsychiatry, internet addiction, artificial therapists, social media, online relationships, virtual reality, and others.  This podcast is being brought to you by Orbit Health Telepsychiatry, providing quality psychiatry services to hospitals, correctional facilities, and community mental health clinics.  For job opportunities or to hire psychiatrists to serve a healthcare facility, please contact us on our website, www.orbithealth.com
Do Cell Phones cause cancer?  We will review the science and talk about it!CyberPsychiatry, a term coined by the host, Edward Kaftarian, MD, is a growing subspecialty of psychiatry.  It involves all the ways technology can affect mental and emotional health.  We will explore the many perspectives and implications of technology, including telepsychiatry, internet addiction, artificial therapists, social media, online relationships, virtual reality, and others.  The digital age is upon us.  The field of mental health is not prepared for the tidal wave that is coming.  Let's talk about it!  This podcast is being brought to you by Orbit Health Telepsychiatry, providing quality psychiatry services to hospitals, correctional facilities, and community mental health clinics.  For job opportunities or to hire psychiatrists to serve a healthcare facility, please contact us on our website, www.orbithealth.com
Join Edward Kaftarian, MD for a high level review of telepsychiatry and telemedicine, modalities that are transforming the future of how healthcare is delivered. As the founding Chief of Telepsychiatry for the California prison system, Dr. Kaftarian developed the largest correctional telepsychiatry program in the world.  You can reach Dr. Kaftarian through the Orbit Health Telepsychiatry website www.orbithealth.com  
In this episode we discuss the Computer Brain Interface (CBI) and how it may change the entire human experience.  This podcast is being brought to you by Orbit Health Telepsychiatry, providing quality psychiatry services to hospitals, correctional facilities, and community mental health clinics.  For job opportunities or to hire psychiatrists to serve a healthcare facility, please contact us on our website, www.orbithealth.com
The Computer-Brain Interface (CBI) is technology that creates a direct connection between computers and the brain.  In this episode we will discuss the current day technology and how we think the technology will evolve. This podcast is being brought to you by Orbit Health Telepsychiatry, providing quality psychiatry services to hospitals, correctional facilities, and community mental health clinics.  For job opportunities or to hire psychiatrists to serve a healthcare facility, please contact us on our website, www.orbithealth.com
In this episode we discuss if computers and artificial intelligence will one day replace the job of a psychiatrists.  This podcast is being brought to you by Orbit Health Telepsychiatry, providing quality psychiatry services to hospitals, correctional facilities, and community mental health clinics.  For job opportunities or to hire psychiatrists to serve a healthcare facility, please contact us on our website, www.orbithealth.com  
Internet Addiction

Internet Addiction

2019-04-2816:37

How much screen time did you have today?  Do you have an addiction to the internet?  Many people these days are unable to moderate their use of technology and their behaviors likely meet the definition of addiction.  We will explore this topic with Edward Kaftarian, MD, a Cyberpsychiatrist board certified in Addiction Medicine.  This podcast is being brought to you by Orbit Health Telepsychiatry, providing quality psychiatry services to hospitals, correctional facilities, and community mental health clinics.  For job opportunities or to hire psychiatrists to serve a healthcare facility, please contact us on our website, www.orbithealth.com
Welcome to “Brain on a Wire,” a CyberPsychiatry podcast.  CyberPsychiatry, a term coined by the host, Edward Kaftarian, MD, is a growing subspecialty of psychiatry.  It involves all the ways technology can affect mental and emotional health.  We will explore the many perspectives and implications of technology, including telepsychiatry, internet addiction, artificial therapists, social media, online relationships, virtual reality, and others.  The digital age is upon us.  The field of mental health is not prepared for the tidal wave that is coming.  Let's talk about it!  This podcast is being brought to you by Orbit Health Telepsychiatry, providing quality psychiatry services to hospitals, correctional facilities, and community mental health clinics.  For job opportunities or to hire psychiatrists to serve a healthcare facility, please contact us on our website, www.orbithealth.com
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