Psychiatry is a medical specialty practiced by physicians with an M.D. or D.O. degree. Psychiatrists treat patients with mental, emotional, or behavioral disorders. Psychiatrists may use therapy, medication, hospitalization, or a combination of these treatment options in the care of their patients. Psychology is not a medical specialty and should not be confused with psychiatry.
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Consultation and Liaison Manual
A model and manual developed in Australia to assist mental health services staff and General Practitioners work together more efficiently.
The Dark Side of Psychiatry
Links to articles and critical documents on neuropsychiatry.
General Practice Notebook - Psychiatry
Coverage of this medical speciality.
National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems
NAPHS offers advocacy, clinical, financial, and administrative resources for psychiatric patients and providers while working to coordinate a full spectrum of psychiatric treatment services.
The Official Ranking of US Psychiatry Residency Departments
Official ranking of psychiatry residency departments according to their NIH funding. These departments include specialists in bipolar affect disorder, schizophrenia, depression, ECT and other disorders.
Help and information on a wide range of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, stress, eating disorders, and addictions.
Personalized resource focused on psychiatry, with a mix of topical news, congress information, education, and interactive features in schizophrenia, depression, dementia.
Psychoneuroendocrinology Research Group
Describes current research studies for mood and dual diagnosis disorders at Southwestern Medical in Dallas, Texas.
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