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Psychiatric Summary, Fall 2017

Friday, October 27, 2017  
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Issue XXII, Fall 2017
by: Frederick Langheim, MD, PhD

This issue marks the twenty-second installment consolidating recent clinical updates, mental health policy news, popular press news patients may be reading, and changes in the landscape of psychiatry in Wisconsin. Below is a summary of headings. Download the full issue.

OF GENERAL INTEREST

Neuroprotective Factors of Sleep Hygiene
Measuring Quality
On-Line Ratings Flawed?
Malpractice Compensation Caps in Wisconsin
Patients May Covertly Record
Cognitive Enhancers Revisited
Amygdala Neurogenesis
Less Support for Suicide Bereaved
Antidepressant Efficacy among Children and Adolescents
Ketamine Paper Retraction
Research Discrepancies
Financial Impact of Burnout

CLINICAL PSYCHIATRY IN THE NEWS, IN BRIEF

MDMA “Break Through Therapy” for PTSD
Synthetics Lacing Heroin Leading to Fatal Overdoses
Switch to Bupropion vs Augment with Aripiprazole?
Lithium in Drinking Water Debunked?
Drug Overdose Deaths Up 22%
In Utero Antidepressant Exposure and Risk

MENTAL HEALTH IN THE POPULAR PRESS

Speech Changes Predict Dementia
Mediterranean Diet Lowers Dementia Risk
Increasing Suicide Rates
Antidepressant Use Rising
FDA Approves CBT AODA App
MDMA for PTSD

MENTAL HEALTH POLICY

Marijuana Use Rates
Firearms and Suicide
Higher Cost Sharing = Short Term Gains and Long Term Losses
Risks and Benefits of Integrated Care
Wisconsin to Raise Mental Health Medicaid Reimbursement