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The latest clinical and political news for Australian Psychiatrists
A major PBS change in 2014 hasn't done much.
Researchers assess efficacy and acceptability of 21 drugs for major depressive disorder.
Psychedelic substances can help patients, researcher says.
Depression lower within two hours of administration.
Technology is helping us get closer to a full picture, writes Mohammed Al-Mosaiwi.
Our reviewer gives it three out of five stars.
Paediatricians and psychiatrists say misinformation should be countered.
An Australian-led study tracked more than 30,000 adults.
Website offers resources and support for patients and carers.
New position statement decries high rate of diabetes.
But certain traits might confer higher risk, a study shows.
Practitioner said conduct 'wasn't that bad'.
The comments highlight the need for genetic profiling, psychiatrist says.
Dr Michael McDowell lays out the problems.
Associate Professor Vicki Kotsirilos presents her latest Integrative Perspective column.
But is it just a correlation?
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.
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