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Psychiatric Times Vol 32 No 4: April 2010

Top Research That May Change How You Treat Patients With Substance Use Disorders

The authors use a 3-step process to identify and evaluate published research with findings that are ready for—and that have a direct bearing on—clinical practice.

That’s how he’d like to go, he tells me, not by this slow seeding of liver and spine, not with all the tears and long good-byes.

Career

In his Editorial, Dr Allan Tasman reflects on a recent meeting he attended in Asia and considers the implications for psychiatric service planning in the US.

Career

A recent report that argues against descriptive diagnosis in medicine is historically ill-informed and medically naive, in the opinion of this psychiatrist.

Career

Disaster Psychiatry

In this article, psychodynamic psychology is applied toward the understanding and recognition of "homegrown" terrorists, individuals who are familiar with American culture and thus more difficult to detect.

Disaster Psychiatry

Cultural Psychiatry

Years ago I read somewhere that dying is easy—the hard part is being left behind. But I recently met an older woman who taught me otherwise.

Cultural Psychiatry

Was the business of the heart always so heartless?

Cultural Psychiatry

Couch in Crisis

A blog on the cultural components of minority groups, mental illness, and stigma.

Couch in Crisis

Cognitive Disorders

Therapeutic lying, a concept that is currently seeping into the medical literature, is the practice of deliberately deceiving patients for reasons considered in their best interest.

Cognitive Disorders

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