Last month I shared a BMJ Editorial on Ketamine by Dr Sameer Jauhar and Dr Paul Morrison. Since then there have been a number of published BMJ responses and replies. … Continue reading Ketamine: “lost in translation?”
References: Davies J, Moncrieff J, Kinderman P, et al; Council for Evidence-Based Psychiatry. Stigma and efficacy of taking antidepressants. Letter to the editor. Times 2018 Feb 23. Burns W. Pills for … Continue reading A letter in the BMJ
“Aye, Right! is a Scotticism in which a double positive forms a negative. It is generally used as a sarcastic response to question or to challenge a presumption. The following … Continue reading Aye RIGHT!
The following Letter by Marion Brown, Psychotherapist and mediator, was published online by the British Journal Of General Practice, 11 March 2019. I asked Marion Brown if I could share … Continue reading ‘The Mind Gap’
Dr Sameer Jauhar recently received a well-deserved award from the new president of the British Association for Psychopharmacology (BAP) Professor Allan H. Young. Please Note: Dr Jauhar has no competing financial interests … Continue reading “Ideology over Evidence”
By Dr Peter J. Gordon January 2011 What follows starts out from a car park, an almost empty psychiatric hospital car park at that! Why should you be interested? Well … Continue reading Cell Mates