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Trauma And Violence

Why Should Psychiatrists Care About Military and Veteran Mental Health?

The impact of the past 13 years of armed conflict is greater than many think and much greater than simply the number of veterans in our practices.

Trauma And Violence

This CME outlines distinguishing features of PTSD, complex trauma, and the dissociative subtype of PTSD (DPTSD), with an explanation of the distinctive neurobiological subtype of DPTSD.

Are psychiatrists mandated to report patient self-disclosures of child abuse in every case? The answer might surprise you.

True or false: Head injury is a biological component of intimate partner violence perpetration. Take the quiz and learn more.

This sunflower at the 9/11 Memorial said that a ray of sunshine remains, and that life blooms anew, in spite of the losses.

What do you include in your differential diagnosis if you suspect Munchausen syndrome? Take the quiz and learn more.

All psychiatrists must familiarize themselves with relevant reporting statutes and be knowledgeable about what constitutes neglect or abuse.

Maltreatment at an early age casts a very long shadow. Here: a look at the long-term effects of early childhood trauma.

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