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Psychiatry Roundup: Hinckley, Prescription Heroin, Boomer Blues
John Hinckley's release after a 35-year stint in a psychiatric facility, legalized heroin, older patients facing depression alone. These stories and more in this month's roundup.
Get Well Soon—at Work
With the modern office environment comes another type of “climate change”—designed to shape workers psychologically.
Psychiatry Roundup: Diagnosing From Afar and Other Stories
What's new in psychiatry? Check out our editors' picks with stories ranging from "lithium 2.0," the ethics of diagnosing from afar, the election, and other hot topics.
Psychiatry Roundup: New Discoveries
The latest news in psychiatry includes President Obama's study on the Affordable Care Act, the new Director of NIMH, a discovery of nearly a hundred brain regions, and more.
Sex and Sexual Disorders: Special Report
Four clinical reports indicate that in the last 30 years, we have come a long way in the exploration and study of sex and sexual disorders.
Psychiatry Roundup: Orlando, Physicians Unite, Defunct Study
In the aftermath of the Orlando massacre, nearly half a million physicians declared war on gun violence. This story and more in our psychiatry roundup.
Psychiatry Roundup: Suicide, Overdose, and Self-Harm
A recent study reported that burnout rates in one hospital were over 75%. This story and more in our psychiatry roundup.
Psychiatry Roundup: April 2016
When doctor and patient disagree about care at the end of life: one of six issues in the psychiatric news.
New Treatment Guidelines for Antipsychotic Use in Dementia
When agitation and psychosis symptoms are severe, is an antipsychotic medication an option? Not always.
Psychiatry Roundup: March 2016
Editors' choices of noteworthy psychiatry stories from around the Web: genetics of schizophrenia, Alzheimer disease, the perils of mixing prescription and over-the-counter medications, new guidelines for treating pain with opioids, and other topics.
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