Noteworthy Tweets: Week Ending March 18

March 18, 2016
Laurie Martin

A veritable explosion of tweets on opioid guidelines, the American student sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in North Korea, Brain Week, "Trump Anxiety," and other issues that were shared and reshared from and around Psychiatric Times' Twitterverse.

Did you ever wonder what what our followers find interesting? On Twitter this week, there was a veritable explosion of tweets: new opioid guidelines, the American student sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in North Korea, Brain Week, "Trump Anxiety," and other issues that were shared and reshared from and around Psychiatric Times' Twitterverse. Due to varied follower/retweet ratios, we also gave honorable mentions to some loyal followers.

OPIOID CRISIS: START LOW, GO SLOW

CDC develops Rx #opioid guidelines for patients w. chronic pain outside of end-of-life care. @CDCMMWRhttps://t.co/qO9T5dbeVM

 

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APA ANNUAL MEETING

 

Coming to the Annual Meeting? Discover #ATL’s culture, entertainment, and dining. https://t.co/glHdWWk3Bl#APAAM16pic.twitter.com/xTxUVvP8v8

 

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NEUROSCIENCE

 

Anti-Anxiety Drug Reduces Autism Features in Mouse Model of Jacobsen Syndrome https://t.co/GBaaDst31A#autismpic.twitter.com/TyVtm3dZ7p

 

 

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BRAND NAME PRESCRIBING

 

Where do doctors get the most money from drug companies? Check out the interactive map. https://t.co/qQ4ffbqc6Npic.twitter.com/U4GsqCFnkj

 

 

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RORSCHACH

 

#FridayRorschach: What might this be?
(remember to use the hashtag) pic.twitter.com/ClHxIO4S2V

 

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BRAIN AWARENESS WEEK 2016

 

What scientists learned about teen risk-taking behavior from brain scans: https://t.co/7VSNRMYbA8#brainweekpic.twitter.com/beRz8ajrLC

 

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ANXIETY

 

It's not in DSM, but #Trump anxiety has been reported in therapy sessions @washingtonposthttps://t.co/fIOxo2Xfb3

 

 

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CRUEL AND UNUSUAL

U.S. student sentenced to 15 years hard labor in North Korea: https://t.co/cBAzhv9mJGpic.twitter.com/HRIx3N7EZr