Psychiatry is hard
- Doctorï¿½Patient Relations in Nazi Germany and the Fate of Psychiatric Patients. Hassenfeld, Irwin N. // Psychiatric Quarterly;Sep2002, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p183
German psychiatrists actively engaged in the forced sterilization and killing of psychiatrically disabled children and adult patients. Academic psychiatrists embraced the Nazi philosophy and led the way in the ï¿½final solutionï¿½ for psychiatric patients. This took place in a climate of...
- Psychiatric Family Consultations. Treusch, Jerome V.; Grothjahn, Martin // Annals of Internal Medicine;Feb67, Vol. 66 Issue 2, p295
Discusses a practical approach in psychiatric family consultations. Technique of family consultations; Information on illustrative psychiatric family consultations; Advantages of psychiatric consultations.
- Morning light. Ruskin, Ronald // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;3/19/2002, Vol. 166 Issue 6, p786
Presents the story of the relationship between a psychiatrist and patient. How the patient accuses the psychiatrist of not listening to her; Response of the doctor to the patient.
- What Is the Future of Psychotherapy in Psychiatry? Fawcett, Jan // Psychiatric Annals;Nov2013, Vol. 43 Issue 11, p485
This article focuses on intensive short-term dynamic psychotherapy (ISTDP). It looks at the aim of the therapy as well as its difference from more traditional and longer-term dynamic psychotherapy. It describes outcome studies in patients treated with ISTDP by psychiatric residents under...
- The man who had 42 psychiatrists (and rising). Summerfield, Derek // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);04/28/2001, Vol. 322 Issue 7293, p1026
Presents the author's thoughts on a memorable patient he once had while on psychiatric training. Example of a patient who had been in clinical follow up for 20 years; Thoughts on the role of the institutionally minded field of psychiatry on the shape and substance of the patient's psychiatric...
- Putting a Name to it: diagnosis in contemporary society. Nadia Llanwarne // Education for Primary Care;Jul2015, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p272
No abstract available.
- Psychiatric Residents' Interest in Psychotherapy and Training Stage: A Multi-Site Survey. ZISOOK, SIDNEY; MCQUAID, JOHN R.; SCIOLLA, ANDRES; LANOUETTE, NICOLE; CALABRESE, CHRISTINA; DUNN, LAURA B. // American Journal of Psychotherapy;2011, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p47
Background: Most psychiatric residents enter training intent on learning both psychopharmacologic and psychotherapeutic interventions. After graduation, however, many emphasize pharmacotherapy over psychotherapy. Methods: A multisite survey of psychiatry residents queried psychotherapy...
- What is the heartland of psychiatry? Goodwin, Guy M.; Geddes, John R. // British Journal of Psychiatry;Sep2007, Vol. 191, p189
Psychiatry has long identified schizophrenia as its defining disorder, its heartland as it has been called. In the past 20 years, this has had a number of negative consequences for psychiatry as a medical specialty, which result from the uncertainty of diagnosis and an increasing emphasis on...
- The duty to warn and protect--impact on practice. Chaimowitz, Gary A.; Glancy, Graham D.; Blackburn, Janice; Chaimowitz, G A; Glancy, G D; Blackburn, J // Canadian Journal of Psychiatry;Dec2000, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p899
Objective:To discuss the concepts of the duty to protect and the associated threat to confidentiality and their impact on practice for Canadian psychiatrists. Method:We review these concepts and provide a synthesis of legal cases impacting psychiatric...