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The latest clinical and political news for Australian Psychiatrists
AMA NSW chief Dr Brad Frankum pens an open letter about an ongoing problem.
The belief that all women feel nervous during pregnancy may mean women don’t seek help when it’s more serious.
Patrick McGorry has been equally lauded and criticised for his work on early intervention in young people with...
If ADHD is a neurobiological disorder, a child’s birthdate or gender should have no bearing on their chances of...
If you're not convinced, say no, AMA says.
Every day, doctors, nurses and other health professionals are presented with situations that demand empathy and...
Why does it seem as if taking the Hippocratic Oath is equivalent to signing away our human needs?
Authors say targeted interventions are needed by rural GPs.
The most prevalent drugs are antidepressants/anti-psychotics.
Dr John Cade was an unconventional researcher.
It's a complex medical problem akin to type 2 diabetes, one GP says.
A small group of doctors is driving momentum.
Most fall outside the age range of youth-based services when they have their initial episode, researchers say
Emergency medicine specialist Dr Amanda Stafford is on a mission to prove that you can teach an old drug new tricks...
He's concerned about public interrogations over antidepressant or anxiety medications.
Researchers say addressing physical frailty is probably more advantageous than treating depression.
Fathers of chronically crying infants should be screened for depression and anger issues, Australian researchers...
But the lead researcher is adamant the benefits outweigh the risks.
Women in healthcare are more likely to commit suicide than women in other professions, it shows.
Two experts present their opposing cases.
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