Whistle While You Work, Stevenson’s a Jerk
When was the last time in the midst of a presidential campaign that psychiatric diagnostic criteria were being discussed so widely?
PatientsLikeMe: Crowdsourced Patient Health Data as a Clinical Tool in Psychiatry
Patients want to know what to expect with a given treatment, how their experiences compare with those of others, or whether they are alone in coping with their conditions. Who best to answer these questions than others like them?
Embracing Technology: Do It for Your Patients!
"Adopting technology for myself is one thing. It’s something completely different when technology is available for my patients and I’m not using it."
Creativity and Mental Illness: Richard Kogan on Rachmaninoff
An important questions for clinicians is whether treatment of a psychiatric disorder will enhance or diminish creativity.
The Results of a Psychiatric Poll on Presidential Candidates
We are ethically constrained by the Goldwater Rule, but here are the data from an artfully crafted secret poll on the Presidential campaign.
Addressing the Aftermath of Suicide: Why We Need Postvention
Here: a brief review of the literature on postvention efforts; the effects on the victim’s caregivers; and a guide to resources to help manage survivors’ and caregivers’ emotions and dread.
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.
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