Problems with any one of these domains can disrupt an individual’s capacity to sustain work capacity.
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Psychiatric Times begins a new series: “Looking Back to Look Forward: This Month in Psychiatry.” Contributors from across the globe will take the opportunity to point out both notable and neglected figures, topics, and developments in the history of psychiatry.
The treater who assumes a dual role as either disability examiner or forensic expert faces ethical risks because of the inherent binds in the roles.
One of the most perplexing challenges for psychiatrists who interact with the workplace is the competing forces for and against mental health.
These 10 domains will help you determine if functional impairment exists, if it can be reversed, and if the patient can return to work.
This article discusses the risks of supporting versus withholding support for a patient’s disability claim and six key definitions psychiatrists need to understand when they are asked to support such a claim.
What to do when a patient says they need disabled status, but you believe otherwise?
This is the first article in a series focused on reintroducing the arts into psychiatry.
As it turns out, modern psychiatry reflects some of the values and concepts held by early civilizations.
Providing detailed descriptions of interactions that occurred between patient and therapist moved our field forward by both honing our technique and considering more effective ways to help our patients. But is the sharing of cases ethical?