NEW ORLEANS – Positive social relationships with others are crucial to joy and well-being in the practice of...
Shrink Rap News
“Does it serve society to endorse legislation that suggests psychiatrists can prevent mass shootings?” Dr. Dinah Miller asks.
Dr. Stephen Peterson describes a patient’s despair about climate change and what he told her about what she could do.
Dr. Richard W. Cohen describes how his experience as a patient changed his perspective on practicing medicine.
CHICAGO – Chronic catecholamine elevation may have a role in the thyroid hormone abnormality.
Dr. David Lehman and Dr. Nicolas Badre call on psychiatry to make decisions informed in biopsychosocial constructs that best suit the patient in...
From the Journals
Deciding how or whether to respond was often dictated by the level of support from colleagues, a professional responsibility to peers.
Dr. Susan Hatters Friedman and Dr. Karen B. Rosenbaum say unrealistic portrayals of the link between mental illness, violence, and forensic...
For almost all adults, the most important habits to develop are still related to diet and exercise.
A report on the estimated administrative costs in Medicaid demonstration projects related to work requirements in the first five states to receive...
SAN DIEGO – Keep an eye on effect sizes, Dr. Leslie Citrome urges, and seek out hidden data.