“Attacks on antidepressants”

As published in the Lancet, July 2014: Four-out-of-five of the authors of this ‘correspondence’ are known to have repeatedly worked  for the pharmaceutical industry and three-out-of-five are career-long  paid opinion … Continue reading “Attacks on antidepressants”

“Latter-day anti-psychiatrists”

My worry about a sweeping term like ‘latter-day anti-psychiatrists’ is that it risks including those who have suffered harmful consequences of medications taken as prescribed. [Please note: all the descriptions … Continue reading “Latter-day anti-psychiatrists”

Inside Science

In today’s Scotsman, the Inside Science column is by Stephen Lawrie, Professor of Psychiatry at Edinburgh University. It can be read here . As a native of Edinburgh and a … Continue reading Inside Science

BAP: Trainees’ Workshop

As part of the 2019 Summer Meeting the British Association for Psychopharmacology has organised a ‘Trainees’ Workshop’ chaired by Professor Jeremy Hall and with the following five speakers: I have … Continue reading BAP: Trainees’ Workshop