The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast
Air pollution, including particulate matter from forest fires, is a leading cause of health problems globally.
If you haven’t seen a patient with Morgellons yet, it’s a good guess that you soon will.
Do antipsychotics treat all psychoses? And how do you talk to patients when they don’t work?
In the early 1990’s, half of US patients with bipolar disorder took lithium. Now it’s closer to 15%, and the use of antipsychotics has more than doubled to fill the gap.
Nausea, tremor, cognition, and renal function. We bring you our top tips for managing these side effects, including when to use instant release vs. controlled release and how to optimize the serum level for patient safety.
It’s risky business – giving sleep meds to the elderly and the medically ill – and today we have some reassuring data.
Dr. Kenneth Kendler's latest compares biological siblings where one was adopted and the other raised by the birth parents.
Nassir Ghaemi reads excerpts from his work on the therapeutic relationship in bipolar disorder.
Is self-knowledge a good thing, or is it just fuel for self-absorption and depressive rumination?
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) causes a host of psychiatric symptoms, and they don’t always respond to medications the way that other diagnoses do.