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The Columbia University Department of Psychiatry announced today that Linda Rosenberg, MSW, will be joining the department as Director of External Relations beginning September 2019.
Drs. Edward Nunes and Frances Levin will be leading the Columbia site in a 3-site multisite trial to test a new model of treatment for opioid addiction.
“We have a generation coming up where yelling is really not a very acceptable way of expressing yourself,” Dr. Drew Ramsey said.
'If we didn’t have anxiety, we probably wouldn’t prepare for a meeting or a test, or we wouldn’t care what people think,' says Dr. E. Blake Zakarin
"Both genetic mechanisms and their psychosocial impacts are more complex than imagined by geneticists or bioethicists at the dawn of the Human Genome Project,” write Dr. Paul Appelbaum and colleague.
Formal medical school curricula often espouse the value of equity, yet the hidden curriculum unfortunately sometimes conveys discrimination and unfair treatment, says Dr. Michael Devlin.
Your therapist does not necessarily need to be someone who has a lot in common with you, or with whom you would want to be friends," Dr. Colleen Cullen advises.
“This has been described in the literature going back to the Civil War,” Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman said. “It was called ‘Soldier's Heart’ because one of the features of PTSD was a rapid heartbeat.
A new study led by Columbia Psychiatry researchers eased fears about the proportion of youths with ADHD taking antipsychotic drugs, but still found that many prescriptions may be inappropriate.
“The seven-member pacifist group built mobile hospitals in caves, often traveling at night to avoid detection,” writes Dr. Christopher Magoon in an article about tMedical Team 19.