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The latest clinical and political news for Australian Psychiatrists
The latest from the Centre for Perimatal Excellence.
Even urban patients are using it, and paying to do so.
New approaches are in the pipeline.
And it is not all appropriate.
Self harm is not the only warning sign.
Comment: We, as physicians, need to start treating each other how we treat our patients—with...
Next of kin can spot the warning signs
Scheme picks up easily-missed moderate and mild illness
Low dose risperidone is being widely used
Dealing with homeless patients, the NDIS and President Putin
It would be ideal if cosmetic specialists did everything in their power to fulfil their ethical obligations.
The president of the Australasian College of Psychiatrists talks about his priorities for the specialty.
Two coronial inquests raise questions about resource shortages.
"My decision to end it all was 100 percent work related."
The prominent psychiatrist is confident of securing ethics committee approval.
Why the quest to prevent psychosis is far from a lost cause.
Could lifestyle modification assist a teenager battling inattention and fatigue?
Brain training programs support healthy brain ageing – but you’ve got to choose the right one.
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.
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