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Earning Your Green

Psychiatrists can now deservedly get paid more for treating their more complicated patients or for engaging in time-consuming activities.

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The author concludes that people inappropriately into psychiatric hospitals is a slippery slope that can lead to grave violation of human rights.

Here: treatment approaches to GAD, a highly prevalent, chronic, debilitating, relapsing, and often underdiagnosed anxiety disorder.

Identifying comorbid anxiety disorders as potential treatment targets may contribute to more positive outcomes for patients with schizophrenia. Details here.

Available data suggest that transcranial magnetic stimulation holds promise as a treatment for GAD. Here: a look at what we know.

The authors examine anxiety in the medically ill: its presence secondary to or as an impersonator of physical illness and its diagnostic and management challenges.

Dr Moffic takes us around the world to celebrate the lives of psychiatrists who made important contributions to the field.

The psychiatrist’s role is to act as a consultant to maximize the likelihood of a successful taper and discontinuation and to minimize collateral morbidities or withdrawal complications. This slideshow features common scenarios in which a planned discontinuation of psychotropic medications occurs.

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