Dr. Victor Hong is a Clinical Associate Professor and the Medical Director of Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan. He also is the psychiatric lead for the University of Michigan Athletic Department. His areas of clinical and scholarly interest are emergency psychiatry, suicidology, college mental health, and personality disorders.
New Michigan laws make storing firearms safely more important than ever
Firearm owners, parents of kids and teens, and loved ones of anyone at higher suicide risk should take immediate action to prevent injury and death
Richard Helppie's Common Bridge podcast featuring Dr. Victor Hong
Episode 184- Mental Health Crisis in America
Turning a psychiatric crisis into a chance to prevent firearm injury
New program hopes to reduce risk for psychiatric emergency patients and their families.
A game-changer for mental health: Sports icons open up
Simone Biles, Naomi Osaka and others could accelerate growing acceptance and decreasing stigma for mental health.
Does Netflix’s ‘13 Reasons Why’ Influence Teen Suicide? Survey Asks At-Risk Youths
Half of suicidal adolescent show viewers in a hospital sample say the controversial television series contributed to their suicide risk, a new report finds
- University of Michigan - Psychiatry Residency
- Loma Linda University - M.D.
- U.C. Berkeley - B.A.