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Featured Article: Why psychopharmacology practice is poor, and how it can be improved
The practice of psychopharmacology sometimes is seen as easy. Psychiatry training programs often spend a good deal of effort on teaching psychotherapies, but presume that medication knowledge will be obtained on the wards. To the extent that didactics are provided, they often involve basic pharmacology facts, such as mechanism, dosing, side effects, and pharmacokinetics. Read More >>
Aches, Pains, and their Neurological Sources Content Collection
Headaches, phantom pains, and mysterious jabs—your brain often puts your body on high alert. Additionally, many neurologic disorders are accompanied by severe pain, and the treatment of this side effect is an essential component of care.
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Free to read this month:
Neurobiological Pathways Involved in Fear, Stress, and PTSD from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Gender and Sexuality: Shame and Safety in the Psychiatric Encounter from Sociocultural Issues in Psychiatry: A Casebook and Curriculum
Innovation in Clinical Practice from Clinical Psychopharmacology: Principles and Practice
Pain Management from Neurocritical Care Pharmacotherapy: A Clinician's Manual