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Motor cortical excitability in schizophrenia
BACKGROUND Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) provides a method to examine cortico-cortical motor excitability and hemispheric asymmetry in unmedicated and medicated schizophrenia patients. Expand
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Physicians' perceptions, preparedness for reporting, and experiences related to impaired and incompetent colleagues.
CONTEXT Peer monitoring and reporting are the primary mechanisms for identifying physicians who are impaired or otherwise incompetent to practice, but data suggest that the rate of such reporting isExpand
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Borderline, Bipolar, or Both?
  • R. Birnbaum
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Harvard review of psychiatry
  • 1 May 2004
Of all of the diagnostic dilemmas that confront psychiatry today, the resolution of the controversy surrounding the interrelationship of borderline personality disorder (BPD) and bipolar disorder isExpand
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Gaps in Preparedness of Clergy and Healthcare Providers to Address Mental Health Needs of Returning Service Members
To elucidate gaps in the preparedness of clergy and healthcare providers to care for service members (SM) with deployment-related mental health needs. Participants identified clinically relevantExpand
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A survey of five antidepressant properties influencing clinician’s treatment choices in MDD
Introduction The goal of the present work was to examine how clinicians’ perceptions of the properties of antidepressants may influence their choice of antidepressants when treating major depressiveExpand
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Reach of benchmark psychiatric trial results to community-based providers: a case study of CATIE.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the familiarity of front-line clinicians with findings from the Clinical Antipsychotic Trials of Intervention Effectiveness (CATIE), the influence of didactic continuing medicalExpand
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Web-Based Simulation in Psychiatry Residency Training: A Pilot Study
BackgroundMedical specialties, including surgery, obstetrics, anesthesia, critical care, and trauma, have adopted simulation technology for measuring clinical competency as a routine part of theirExpand
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Straining the Limits of Clinical, Legal, and Ethical Standards: The Mentally III HIV‐Seropositive Patient
T. is a 26-year-old human immunodeficiency virus (H1V)seropositive man with a 7-year history of mental illness consisting of a chronic delusional psychosis punctuated by acute decompensations andExpand
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Simulation-based ongoing professional practice evaluation in psychiatry: a novel tool for performance assessment.
BACKGROUND Ongoing professional practice evaluation (OPPE) activities consist of a quantitative, competency-based evaluation of clinical performance. Hospitals must design assessments that measureExpand
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Problem‐Based Learning and Psychiatry Residency Education
problem.3 The faculty tutor’s role in PBL is to facilitate this small-group learning process; tutors rarely gratify curiosity by supplying answers; rather, they work to excite curiosity byExpand
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