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Learning to listen, understanding the importance of what we hear, and knowing we must understand before we speak or act, are among the psychiatrist’s most important skills.

In a tale of two cases, the author comes to realize he is but one agent of change in the lives of his patients.

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A brief update--and some practical advice--about MOC, whether you love it or hate it.

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Why learn neuroanatomy? The goal for the physician is to be excitedly engaged in an ongoing process of expanding his or her knowledge about the brain and human behavior.

Although many mysteries of sexual pathophysiology await illumination, patients may expect mental health professionals to provide guidance about their persistent sexual disappointments. Insights here.

A 10-1 federal appeals court decision allows Florida doctors to gun ownership with their patients; a psychiatrist on the front lines in war-torn areas; a new rule that allows for 24-hour shifts plus an additional 4 hours for residents—these and other recent stories are covered in this roundup.

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