Video Vignette: Psychiatry in Spain and the US

March 26, 2014

How does psychiatry in Spain differ from the US? More in this video vignette.

How does psychiatry in Spain differ from the US? Dr Javier Ballester tells us his first impression in this brief video vignette.

Dr Ballester was originally trained in psychiatry at Universidad Autonoma, Madrid, Spain, and later came to the US. Currently, he is a PGY-II at Yale School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry in New Haven, Connecticut.

Most recently, he is lead author in a study on bipolar disorder and aggression.1

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References:

1. Ballester J, Goldstein T, Goldstein B, et al. Is bipolar disorder specifically associated with aggression? Bipolar Disord. 2012;14:283-290.