Fall Meeting Recap: Ketamine Therapy for Refractory Depression

By Ananda K. Pandurangi, MD, DLFAPA
Distinguished Career Professor of Psychiatry
Virginia Commonwealth University

It was my pleasure to participate in the Fall PSV meeting in Norfolk on September 24 – 25, 2021. Most heartening to see was the robust attendance, active participation, ample question-answer interactions, and in-person networking with colleagues after more than a year and a half. I feel there is ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ after all. 

My own session on Ketamine in the Treatment of Depression allowed me to present the topic in a way consistent with PSV President, Dr. Sherin Moideen’s theme of “New Era in Psychiatry  – From the Past to the Future”.  I give a strong thumbs up to Sherin, the office bearers, and the PSV staff for the perfect arrangements.

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PSV 2022 Spring Meeting
Integrative Psychiatry:
Putting it Into Practice
February 25-26, 2022
The Westin Richmond

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