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That One Memorable Patient

We have our writer's contest winners! Look for the 3 winning essays in our July issue-- and the honorable mentions in coming issues!

 

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Unrelenting belief in the goodness of humankind while confronting an uncommon disease.

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To support patients with breast cancer, psychiatrists should be aware of possible medication interactions, psychiatric or neurologic adverse effects of treatment, and signs of disease progression-—issues that are the focus here.

Proper technique, practiced over time, can transform an appointment from "medication management" to a serious change in behavior, as evidenced by the 5 examples featured in this article.

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What do we know about the health and drug consumption habits of the Nazi leader of the German people from 1933 to 1945?

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A new CDC guideline on prescribing opioids for chronic pain has only added to the media attention being focused on opioid abuse and addiction. But what does the guideline really offer?

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Here: key take-home points from 6 new studies on adolescent and child psychiatry chosen for their clinical relevance, applicability, and quality.

Do you think we can—and should—increase our mental wealth? If so, what would you recommend?

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