Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor and Bleeding Risk, Part 2: Gastrointestinal (GI) Bleeding, Malignancy, Pregnancy, and Surgical Considerations
In this CME article, review literature on SRI-related bleeding complications in patients with GI bleeding, malignancy, perioperative settings, pregnancy, and hormonal therapy.
Addressing Common Questions About Comorbid Personality Styles and Medical Illnesses
How can hospital staff provide the most effective care to patients with comorbid medical illness and serious mental illness?
Comorbidity of Anorexia Nervosa and Schizophrenia: A Case Study and Review of the Literature
Anorexia nervosa may be underdiagnosed in patients with schizophrenia due to difficulty in distinguishing the two comorbid conditions.
Examining Common—and Not-So-Common—Comorbidities
Most patients have more than 1 condition that requires attention. Here's what you need to know.
Sleight of Hand
"Oh for a stronger magic, that I could wave my arms and reach deep inside my white coat pocket..."
Patients Often Lack Choice Regarding Care Via Telehealth
According to research, 32% of patients said they did not typically receive care via their preferred method, and nearly half (45%) did not think their clinician considered their preferences when deciding on the visit type.
Cannabis, Psychosis, and the Legal Implications: Chicken or Egg?
Explore the relationship between cannabis use and psychosis.
Investigating the Prevalence of Sleep Disorders in Patients With First-Episode Psychosis
What is the nature of the relationship between psychosis and sleep disorders?
Concurrent Treatment of Eating Disorders and PTSD Leads to Long-Term Recovery
Concurrent treatments targeting eating disorders and PTSD are needed to help these patients with complex conditions.
Examining Risks of Reversible Clomiphene-Associated Manic Episodes to Patients
"Cumulatively, the findings of such reports have led to a concerted effort to encourage physicians to monitor patients for manic symptoms on initiation, reintroduction, and dose modulation of corticosteroid therapy."
You Have to Say Hello Before You Can Say Goodbye
Residues of past traumatic events can deeply impact our present experiences and our functioning in ways that we are not aware of consciously. We must process and let go of these experiences in order to heal.
Patient care is complicated.
To Assume Among Them the Powers of the Earth
Explore the medical ethics associated with the case of Held v Montana.
In the Courtroom, A Psychiatrist’s Perspective: Youth Take Case to Court to Protect Their Futures and Win
A psychiatrist shares her first-hand experience with the landmark case of Held v State of Montana.
Psychiatry in the Courtroom: Climate Disruption and ACEs
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