Treatment orientation and associated characteristics of North American academic psychiatrists.

@article{Bodkin1995TreatmentOA,
  title={Treatment orientation and associated characteristics of North American academic psychiatrists.},
  author={J. Alexander Bodkin and Robert Klitzman and Harrison Graham Pope},
  journal={The Journal of nervous and mental disease},
  year={1995},
  volume={183 12},
  pages={729-35}
}
We present data showing the degree to which a "biological-psychotherapeutic" division persists in American psychiatry, and how psychiatrists' treatment orientation is associated with personal and professional characteristics. Almost two thirds of academic psychiatrists who responded to our survey (N = 435) could be classified as either biological (27%) or psychotherapeutic (37%) in orientation, according to the proportion of their caseload to which they provided psychotherapy (< or = 25% vs… CONTINUE READING

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