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Burnout Comparison Among Residents in Different Medical Specialties
Efforts to reduce resident burnout nationally would benefit from expanding beyond the work-hours regulation, as being single, personal stress, and dissatisfaction with faculty were independently associated with burnout. Expand
Definitions of Sexual Dysfunctions in Women and Men: A Consensus Statement From the Fourth International Consultation on Sexual Medicine 2015.
The new set of definitions of all forms of sexual dysfunction in women and men adopted by the Fourth International Consultation on Sexual Medicine (ICSM) held in 2015 are presented. Expand
SSRI-associated sexual dysfunction.
  • R. Balon
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of psychiatry
  • 1 September 2006
A 35-year-old woman referred by her therapist for an evaluation of her sadness, irritability, fatigue, and poor concentration over a period of two and a half years, which did not improve significantly during the course of cognitive behavior therapy, revealed a lack of sexual desire and difficulty in achieving orgasm. Expand
Decreased heart rate variability in panic disorder patients: A study of power-spectral analysis of heart rate
Spect spectral analysis of heart rate variability was used to examine autonomic function in panic disorder patients and normal control subjects to suggest a decrease in cholinergic and a relative increase in adrenergic responsiveness inpanic disorder patients compared with control subjects. Expand
Diminished chaos of heart rate time series in patients with major depression
It is suggested that major depression is associated with decreased cardiac vagal function and a relative increase in sympathetic function, which may be related to the higher risk of cardiovascular mortality in this group and illustrates the usefulness of nonlinear measures of chaos such as LLE in addition to the commonly used spectral measures. Expand
Sexual pharmacology : fast facts
This handy reference provides up-to-date and rapid access to the latest available data concerning sexual side effects of various pharmacological agents for psychiatrists and physicians. Expand
Incidence and Prevalence of Sexual Dysfunction in Women and Men: A Consensus Statement from the Fourth International Consultation on Sexual Medicine 2015.
These data need to be treated with caution, because there is a high level of variability across studies caused by methodologic differences in the instruments used to assess presence of sexual dysfunction, ages of sample, nature of samples, methodology used to gather the data, and cultural differences. Expand
Medical Students’ Attitudes and Views of Psychiatry
The perception of psychiatry among medical students has improved, compared with a similar study done in the 1980s, but the decline in recruitment continues. Expand
Attitudes and Views on Psychiatry: A Comparison Between Spanish and U.S. Medical Students
Although in general, Spanish students showed a positive attitude towards psychiatry, the opinion about certain aspects like the biopsychosocial concept of illness, salary, social pressure and respect from nonpsychiatry staff were different from U.S. students’ opinions. Expand