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Bringing psychiatry to rural areas, with guest Justin Meyer, MD, on Upstate's The Informed Patient podcast

Upstate program encourages psychiatrists to work in the state's sparsely populated areas

Psychiatrists are in short supply across the U.S., and that is especially true in rural communities. Psychiatrist Justin Meyer, MD, explains how Upstate aims to alleviate that shortage with a psychiatrist training program in rural areas of New York state. Meyer is an assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences.