Digital Psychiatry: The Year Ahead
This will be a busy year as the role of new digital tools in medicine converge to offer novel opportunities to clinical care.
Campus Protests, Narcissism, and the Dearth of Civility
What can we do, as a society, to reduce the levels of incivility and narcissism that appear to be on the rise?
What My Father Never Told Me
If my dad looked back on those ferocious battles he fought in the south Pacific, he never let on.
Mounties, Cowboys, Avengers—and the Cultural Script of Gun Violence
Gun violence by alienated, disgruntled individuals isn't new. So what changes may help account for our recent spate of mass shootings?
Resolving to Remember These Psychiatrists
Hopefully the words imparted here convey the scope of our profession and psychiatry at its best. We have been—and should be—so much more than the current 15-minute med check.
Breaking Up? There’s an App for That
Breakups hurt. Even the traditional methods are painful. But an adios via a third party? How cold is that?
Veterans Struggle to Adjust to Family Life
Of the 3.6 million military personnel deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, over half are married and about 53% are parents. As these veterans return home, the process of reintegration can have a variety of effects.
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