In this short but expansive note, emphasis is placed on working and communicating online. At this stage, broad based clinical research in psychiatry is already being carried out productively by those employed both directly and indirectly within the health services industry. Those employed directly in the specialization will be your clinical psychologists and specialist psychiatrists. All other practitioners and vocational therapists within this health sub-sector will be utilizing the available online resources as well.
And today, medical students who are gearing up for specialization in psychiatry or psychology are using the extensive resource material available to prepare their dissertations and/or paper work. They can use this resource to conduct online interviews as a practical part of their research work. Indirect users of these resources will include your general practitioners, trauma counselors, whether fully paid or on a voluntary basis, and emergency rescue workers.
These practitioners need to make full use of online psychiatry and psychology resources to help them in their own work and particularly when faced with critical life and death situations. Psychiatric patients who are still in relatively good and stable mental health should also make use of the online resources whenever they can. They can, in any case, take full advantage of qualified online counseling, usually through a live video portal.
Management professionals in the commercial, retail and financial services space should make good use of these resources. Usually with a large staff contingent under their wing, they can use the online information to help them relate better with staff for which they are fully responsible. In any case, human resources managers should avail themselves of the available research findings and archived material in order to do justice to their own work.