News from around the web includes stories on racism in medicine, mental health stigma in Olympic athletes, sibling bullying, and more.
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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.
Editors' picks for recent stories in mental health, including Executive orders and "Islamophobia,” effect of parental obesity on childhood development, personality, and global mental health.
President Barack Obama’s last bill signed into law; Carrie Fisher’s legacy gives voice to mental illness; psychological outcomes of women who had abortions against those denied abortion; and other psychiatry news.
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This psychiatry roundup includes important or noteworthy stories in the news, including the Surgeon General's initiative against addiction, the implementation of DSM's Continuous Improvement Model, art and psychiatry, pediatric opioid poisoning, and more.
What do behavioral activation, video therapy, family constellation, ibogaine, and psychomagic have in common? These topics and more were chosen for this month's roundup.