Epistemic Humility in Psychiatry: Why We Need More Montaigne and Less Savonarola
Delve into the imperative of embracing epistemic humility in psychiatry.
Antidepressants Do Not Work by Numbing Emotions
As patients improve with antidepressant treatment, emotional numbing decreases.
Serotonin or Not, Antidepressants Work
The latest claim that antidepressants don't work: refuted.
The Serotonin Fixation: Much Ado About Nothing New
The SSRIs’ mechanism of action is no index of safety and efficacy.
Mini Quiz: Prescribing for Patients With SUDS
What should prescribers of controlled substances keep in mind when working with patients with substance use disorders? Take the quiz and learn more.
Understanding Benzodiazepines and Their Role in Substance Use Disorders
Appropriate use of benzodiazepines in patients with a substance use disorder is an important skill. Here are some important considerations.
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