7 Things I Learned From Writing a Work Memoir—And You Can, Too!
Making a beginning on a work memoir is one way to enhance your mental health.
Not Enough Seating? Time for a Beating!!
Overbooking airline seats and bumping travelers is legal but the practice backfired on a recent United flight. Is civility dead?
Resurrecting Psychiatrists Through Eulogies
These 2 psychiatrists who recently passed away left the world a better place.
Marijuana and the Psychiatric Patient
Marijuana-related problems fall well within the scope of psychiatric practice: many patients use marijuana, which is likely to affect their psychiatric symptoms and response to treatment.
The Arts and Humanities in Psychiatry . . . A Debut
Creativity should not be seen as “optional” in psychiatry. Rather, it helps us to approach clinical problems in new ways.
Deferring to the Mastery of Death: Hippocrates, Judge Gorsuch, and the Autonomy Fallacy
There are no simple solutions to the plight of the terminally ill patient. With commentary by Cynthia Geppert, MD.
A Psychiatrist Burns Out
I loved being a psychiatrist. Note the past tense.
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