This article discusses the return to work plan as a solution to the clinical and systemic problems arising from psychiatric disability.
In a spirit of gratitude, here are eight of the many extraordinary advantages of being a psychiatrist.
By building a practice model that we enjoy, it enhances our ability to “cure sometimes, treat often, and comfort always.”
People—staff and patients both—confide secrets to strangers. We all need to unburden in a way that won’t come back to bite us.
What to do when a patient says they need disabled status, but you believe otherwise?
Gastroenterologist George Ferenczi escaped the Iron Curtain as a boy. Now he tries to justify his luck, and life.
Luring physicians with unusual incentives; telemedicine crosses state lines; primary-care practice makeover; and more.
Planning a break from your practice for a while? Here are some tips to help you work with your partners and patients for a meaningful long-term absence.