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Birmingham Medical Institute - Psychiatry Sep 11
Our first online talk with medicine and psychiatry are they continents apart join us Tuesday 6th October at 8 p.m. for the discussion!
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Lisa RWillowfish Sep 12
As if isn't filled with wild ideas, acting like a cult itself....πŸ™„
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Lisa RWillowfish Sep 11
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SSRI-numbed Sep 10
Three of the biggest gaslighters and deniers of harm converge.The real question is: why does harm patients, avoid accountability, and try to cover the harms by deflecting blame onto victims using a defamatory slur? Vile human beings mired in
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Eleanor (Elle) Morris Sep 5
Looking for an interesting UK psychiatry placement for a medical elective in 2021. Can anyone recommend?
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Mad In America Sep 15
Listening to people with lived experience of mental health challenges can help us build a more equitable post-COVID world.
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PsychiatryAmsterdam Sep 16
Coming Friday 9:45am, Richard Dinga will defend his thesis titled: "Evaluation of machine learning models in ". A link to the live stream will follow.
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Ananth Rupanagudi Sep 11
A Japanese psychiatrist created these images to help viewers determine their state of mind. Essentially if the images are at rest, it means your mind is RELAXED, moving slowly - MID STRESS, moving fast - HIGH STRESS. What's your result?
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Caitlin Raasch Sep 8
Hi ! I'm an MS4 at applying to residencies this fall. I'm a passionate and enjoy learning about the intersection of gender and mental health. Looking forward to connecting with you!
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California OSHPD Sep 15
Today awarded $17.3 million in grants to 7 programs to help further build the pipeline of public mental health professionals in California! Learn more here:
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Lisa RWillowfish Sep 15
This tweet blew up. Why? Lots of young people especially need to talk about what really happens on psych units. One retweet summed it up well: f*ing are we finally going to have this conversation yes *TW/replies recount trauma, restraints
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Jack Turban MD πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ 🧠 Sep 14
Kodi’s fact of the day: Zoloft (sertraline) and Paxil (paroxetine) are the only SSRIs that are FDA approved for . Other SSRIs have some evidence but are not FDA approved.
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MPI of Psychiatry Sep 17
Application window is open: Apply with our International Max Planck Research School until November 30th. Candidates for traditional PhD and joint Residency/PhD training program are very welcome!
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SLPA-UK Sep 11
Brilliant presentation by from currently running webinar on - huge overlap & growing evidence base for
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Georgeπ•²πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Sep 14
A new data mining method to detect many young people with emerging psychosis.
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Jack Turban MD πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ 🧠 Sep 16
fact of the day: oxytocin is often thought of as an indiscriminate "love hormone;" however, some research shows it may actually promote ethnocentrism.
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Anne Selikowitz Sep 8
I learnt a lot speaking to a group of young people about mental health and medications
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Anne Selikowitz Sep 1
Had the great pleasure of speaking to a group of young people about our mental healthcare system and ways to effectively navigate the various services they may encounter
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Anne Selikowitz Sep 15
The vast majority of young person I work with are currently experiencing or have experienced some form of bullying, often with lasting psychological effects. This made for a sensitive but important topic for my weekly group program presentation.
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Nina Radcliff Sep 11
I woke up 2 get ready 2 go into for my in The had already struck the . I got a call 2 tell me 2 stay home. The world changed forever #911
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