Print Page   |   Sign In
News & Press: Latest News - Misc.

Psychiatric Summary, Winter 2018

Thursday, January 11, 2018  
Share |

Issue XXIII, Winter 2018
by: Frederick Langheim, MD, PhD

This issue marks the twenty-third 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

Stimulants in Sports Supplements
Burnout Departures at Stanford Cost $7.75 Million a Year
Feds Tracking Opiate Prescribers

CLINICAL PSYCHIATRY IN THE NEWS, IN BRIEF

Alzheimer’s May Start Anywhere in the Body?
Sertraline no Better than Placebo in Advanced Kidney Disease
Debunking Adult Onset ADHD?
Donepezil + Memantine Better than Monotherapy
Decline Requests and Decline Your Satisfaction Scores
AVATAR Therapy May Benefit Those with Auditory Hallucinations
Stimulants and Pregnancy
Spindle Decoupling and Age Related Memory Loss
Esketamine in Phase II Success

MENTAL HEALTH IN THE POPULAR PRESS

AI IDs SI?
Mental Health Access Delays
FDA Approves Opiate Treatment Device
Army Rebuked for Lowering Mental Health Standards
Rises in Suicide and Social Media Use Linked?
Rise in Young Female Self Harm
Projected Marked Increases in Deaths from Drugs, Alcohol and Suicide
Monthly Depot Buprenorphine Approved
One in Five American Children have a Diagnosable Mental, Emotional or Behavioral Disorder

MENTAL HEALTH POLICY

1/3 of Wisconsin Counties Sue Drug Makers for Opioid Crisis