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This Is Just a Joke, Really, No, Really, It's Not Real, We're Much More Rigorous Than This, I Said It's A Joke, Okay? Let It Go!
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Sigh. Rispalin. Go ahead and deny it.
Oh my God, thank you.
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Do you know how many psychiatry journals there are? A lot. I get 8 peer reviewed journals mailed to my house, not to mention the shopping bag/week of "Insights" and "Reviews" and "Expert Series." What the hell could be in all these journals, other than drug ads? Is the field evolving that rapidly? I mean, just how much info can there be about Lamictal?
But I'm happy to announce that the hundreds of articles are all top notch, cutting edge stuff. Let's look at a recent one, about how to conduct and document a suicide assessment.
I'm a busy man, with a lot to read-- what are the main, state-of-the-art points that I need to know about suicide?
Also suggested was listening to patients, preferred over caning patients, which can sometimes be misconstrued as insensitive.
"What The Hell Kind Of Suicide Assessment Is This?" ››
Someday-- right now-- your kids, and their friends, will be googling you.
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In which Anne Neville agrees to believe pretty much anything anyone ever tells her, ever, and Richard discovers people are gullible idiots.
"No, Not Effexor, Too!? The Most Important Article On Psychiatry You'll Ever Read, Part II" ››
I'm warning you.
"The Most Important Article On Psychiatry You Will Ever Read" ››
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