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Psychiatric Summary XXIX, Fall 2019

Wednesday, October 16, 2019  
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Issue XXIX, Fall 2019
by: Frederick Langheim, MD, PhD


This issue marks the twenty-ninth 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

  • Mental Illness Not Linked to Mass Shootings
  • Trump Administration Gags Health and Human Services?
  • Marijuana Legalization May Reduce Teen Youth
  • One in 20 Experience Preventable Harm
  • Inadequate Social Needs Screening
  • REM Sleep and Forgetting

CLINICAL PSYCHIATRY IN THE NEWS, IN BRIEF

  • Gabapentinoids, Suicide and Injury
  • Reversal on Reserving SSRIs for Severe Depression
  • Meta-Analysis Comparing Antipsychotics
  • 1:40 Youths with ADHD Treated Off Label with Antipsychotics
  • Methylphenidate Alters Brain Development in Boys
  • GABA A Receptor Modulator Promising for MDD
  • Body Fat and Stature Correlate with Depression

MENTAL HEALTH IN THE POPULAR PRESS

  • FDA Warning Gene Testing Companies
  • Long Term Risks of Antidepressants?

MENTAL HEALTH POLICY

  • New Hampshire Cuts ER Boarding Times
  • Statewide Mental Health Lines Increase Access
  • Proposed Changes to HIPPA on SUDS