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Susan Kweskin

Susan Kweskin

Susan Kweskin is Group Editorial Director of Psychiatric Times and www.PsychiatricTimes.com. She is also Editorial Director of www.Consultantlive.com, a site dedicated to primary care physicians. Email here.

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What’s the prudent way to react if a layperson is suddenly tapped to help get psychiatric care for somebody who says he desperately and immediately needs it—or else?

We found 6 stories we think you'll want to know about. . .

Now . . . the follow-up to the sequel you've all been waiting for! We proudly present half a dozen unadulterated pearls of clinical wisdom--fully illustrated--culled from articles submitted by physicians to this web site over the years.

And now . . . the sequel to “The 10 Worst Medical Sentences Ever Written” that you’ve been waiting for!

A new study shows that rates of severe mental illness in youths have dropped substantially since 1996. What might study results portend for psychiatric practice?

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Here: 10 “sentences”—dissected from articles submitted by physicians to this Web site over the years and presented in unadulterated (and unedited) form—that we hope you’ll enjoy as much as we did.

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Rates of severe mental illness in children and adolescents have dropped 16% since 1996, according to a new study. The lead author explains possible reasons for this surprising finding and concludes: "We're moving in the right direction!"

It is truly an honor—and a pleasure—to welcome 5 psychiatrists to the Editorial Board of Psychiatric Times.

A look around the web at breaking news -- not all of it medical.

Was the business of the heart always so heartless?

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