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Cultural Psychiatry

The most popular searches in Psychiatric Times during 2016. See what your colleagues are searching for and reading!

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Here’s a very unscientific survey of this year’s most meaningful issues is psychiatry. Quite a year.

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.

Here is a year's worth of CMEs you can take right now.

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These few stories of refugees remind us what a stress to one’s sense of self the immigrant experience entails. They emphasize how important this perspective is when we are asked to evaluate and treat those recently here in the US, and sometimes those who have been here for a generation.

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New research over the past decade has suggested that links between media violence and child aggression are less clear than previously thought. How has our understanding of media violence effects changed?

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When a psychiatrist evaluates a patient, there is much to be valued in trying to adopt the patient’s internal perspective of cultural mores and world views. But what are the limits to cultural sensitivity?

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