GHP’s Colin Smith on COVID-induced Psychosis

Colin Smith, a 5th year Medicine and Psychiatry and Global Health Pathway resident, was quoted in a USA Today story on the phenomenon of COVID-induced psychosis.  Colin’s case report published in the BMJ on this topic is available here.

Colin is a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Public Health Service and has been interviewed for his work surrounding mental health and COVID-19 by WUNC.  He is also the recipient of Duke’s James H. Carter, Sr. Community Service Award in February 2021 for his work with mental health and homelessness at Durham’s Lincoln Community Health Center, his efforts to set up and work in a COVID-19 field hospital and for volunteering with COVID-19 screenings for those facing homelessness in Durham.

Colin Smith, MD