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The Challenges of Preventing Burnout
If left untreated, burnout can become chronic and debilitating. Here are tips to recognizing the signs and symptoms.
Ordinarily Well: The Case for Antidepressants
A searching interrogation of scientific findings reflected against experience with patients.
6 Strategies to Prevent Physician Burnout
Once a health care professional has reached a chronic stage of burnout, lives may be at stake. But prevention and treatment are possible.
Physician-Assisted Suicide and the Rise of the Consumer Movement
Should doctors be legally allowed to assist terminally ill patients in committing suicide?
Stories of Patients Who Moved You – and Who Moved Us to Tears
We are about to publish the winning essays from our first-ever writer's contest. We hope you'll find them as moving and memorable as we did.
Is Bupropion Your No. 1 Antidepressant Choice?
Three reasons clinicians skip over bupropion.
Depression Research Update: June 2016
Three new studies focus on risk factors for the development of depressive disorders.
Challenges of Treating Depression in the Elderly
Comorbid medical symptoms, polypharmacy, and cognitive decline are hallmarks of depression in the fastest growing segment of the population.
New Psychopharmacology Algorithms
Dr David Osser offers compelling reasons why you might want to take a look at these 7 algorithms, each of which offers actionable consultations—usually in under 2 minutes.
Recovering From Depression and Difficulty: Finding Meaning in Adversity
In this video, Dr Andrew Solomon talks about how psychiatrists and psychologists can help depressed or traumatized patients foster resilience, without trivializing their pain.
3 Features of Eating Disorders
A special collection of current clinical work and issues surrounding eating disorders—specifically comorbidity, prevalence in men, and mortality.
Psychiatry Roundup: March 2016
Editors' choices of noteworthy psychiatry stories from around the Web: genetics of schizophrenia, Alzheimer disease, the perils of mixing prescription and over-the-counter medications, new guidelines for treating pain with opioids, and other topics.
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