Psychiatric Advance Directives: What Psychiatrists Need to Know Now
Demonstrating the importance of psychiatric advance directives and the benefits and obstacles involved in implementing them.
Understanding the Neurobiological Basis of Drug Abuse: Comorbidity in Schizophrenia
It is clear that the prognosis for schizophrenia is much better when patients achieve drug abstinence, including in the domains of depression, quality of life, and community integration.
Mass Shootings: Research and Lessons
The news media has always been in the business of searching for "the right sort of madness" to capture the public's imagination.
Panic Attacks and Suicide
According to the CDC's latest published report, there were 38,364 suicides in the US in 2010-an average of 105 each day. Globally, an estimated 1 million suicides occur annually.
From Boxes to Baskets
Refractory psychiatric illnesses are no different from complicated infectious diseases in that they both require multiple concurrent medications and treatment modalities.
Ape With the Bone
I pictured him at his waiting room door . . . clutching a chart, catching eyes, . . . calling out a name, bewildered
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