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  • 4
    Nov

    2021

    Anesthesia for Maternal-Fetal Surgery: Clinical...

    Have you ever wondered how some babies develop congenital anomalies? Or more so, how some of these anomalies are repaired during pregnancy? How does that happen- particularly with the pregnancy continuing...

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  • 8
    Sep

    2021

    Management of Complex Treatment-Resistant...

    Management of Complex Treatment-Resistant Psychotic Disorders is a newly published colorful, concise reference compact paperback text for those clinicians who treat some of the most challenging patients...

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  • 2
    Aug

    2021

    How to Read an EEG

    “Do epileptologists just make things up?” remarked one of my trainees after seeing me read an EEG, obviously completely exasperated looking at a screen full of squiggly lines! EEGs are indeed daunting...

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  • 22
    Jul

    2021

    Planetary Health: Safeguarding Human Health and...

    The book-Planetary Healthexplores the many environmental changes that threaten to undermine progress in human health Humanity has made major, albeit inequitable, progress in health and development...

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  • 30
    Apr

    2021

    Why might ethnicity affect outcomes in...

    This month, our book “The Maudsley Trainee Guide to the CASC: Preparing for the MRCPsych CASC Examination” will be published after years of tireless labour. We were driven to create this preparatory...

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  • 8
    Apr

    2021

    Practical Psychopharmacology

    “Nobody reads books anymore” is the secondhand testimony I hear from colleagues about how current medical students and residents prefer to learn.  “They want soundbytes.”  Short, succinct...

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  • 30
    Mar

    2021

    Bringing Suicide Prevention to Clinical Practice

    When I became chief medical officer of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) eight years ago, after treating people with severe mental illness, teaching, and then co-leading a suicide...

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  • 8
    Mar

    2021

    A Tattoo On My Brain

    I am a retired neurologist with early-stage Alzheimer’s disease.  For nearly 25 years I practiced and taught general neurology.  Many of my patients had dementia including Alzheimer’s disease,...

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