Nada Logan Stotland, MD

Articles

Women and Abortion: The Psychiatrist's Role

July 02, 2013

Former President of the American Psychiatric Association, Nada Stotland, MD, MS, speaks here about abortion-a subject that is especially important for psychiatrists in several ways.

Embryonic Personhood?-What Is Going On in the USA?

September 04, 2012

Abortion is not a pretty subject. An embryo or fetus, while not a fully developed person, has the potential to become one. No one is “pro-abortion.” At the same time, there are circumstances under which a girl or woman feels strongly that her pregnancy is untenable-that she is too young, too poor, too burdened, too ill to properly mother a child. Women have abortions because they take motherhood seriously.

Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder: Why it Doesn’t Belong in DSM-5

June 05, 2012

In this podcast, Dr Nada Stotland makes a compelling case for keeping premenstrual dysphoric disorder out of DSM-5.

DSM5: The Debate Continues

June 08, 2010

As an officer of the APA, I was one of the prime movers of the limitations on, and vetting of, potential participants in the preparation of the DSM5.

Reflections on DSM-5

June 02, 2010

As an officer of the APA, I was one of the prime movers of the limitations on, and vetting of, potential participants in the preparation of the DSM-5.