Childhood and adolescent bullying—and, recently, cyberbullying—is a major public health problem with potentially devastating consequences. In any prevention effort, students need hope and to learn the skills to end the abuse, as described here.
The team approach to dementia psychiatry services requires leadership for direction, decision making, and policy changes in order to make the process efficient and beneficial for all involved.
Psychiatrists helping nonpsychiatrists refer their patients has a long but not always illustrious history.
Although acute pain typically resolves on its own with little need for intervention, for some persons pain persists past the point where it is considered an adaptive reaction to injury.
It is not surprising that one of the most complicated aspects of collaboration with faculty and staff in the ED setting is the professional or social contract.
What Every Psychiatrist Needs to Know to Be Prepared
Decreasing the Clinician’s Risk
Keys to diagnosis, assessment, and management.
An overview of the critical issues involved in overcoming personal and organizational barriers to help substance abusers quit smoking.
Over the past century, the syndrome currently referred to as ADHD has been conceptualized in relation to varying cognitive problems including attention, reward response, executive functioning, and other cognitive processes.