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  • 8 Apr 2021
    Joseph Goldberg, Stephen M. Stahl

    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 morsels of information they can consume more like tapas than a heavy four-course dinner.  We would agree that trying to learn from a book can sometimes be an […]

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  • 30 Mar 2021
    Christine Yu Moutier

    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 prevention program for medical faculty, residents and students in my role as a dean in the University of California, San Diego medical school, I was […]

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