Posts Tagged ‘behavioral health’

By On March 8th, 2012

Could Ketamine Become a Contender for Short-Term Depression Treatment?

Ketamine is a unique injectable anesthetic that has to be prescribed and is only available to physicians; it is often used as a general anesthetic for children, persons of poor health and in veterinary medicine. Ketamine belongs to a class of drugs called “dissociative anesthetics, which separate perception from sensation; other drugs in this class…


By On January 25th, 2012

Brookhaven on the Road

Brookhaven Hospital will be represented at a number of conferences this winter starting in Dallas, Texas at the World renowned Elisa Project’s 12th Annual Professional Symposium for the Prevention & Treatment of Eating Disorders being held at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Community Education Director, Sarah McGee, and Brookhaven’s own leading Eating Disorder therapist, Sherry Smith,…

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