ENDLESS Street

I came across this newspaper report of the sudden death of Dr Gordon by chance. I had been looking for details in old newspapers about Moss Farm, Lecropt, and just … Continue reading ENDLESS Street

Science Media Centre

Esketamine: Regulators and a confusing narrative

I recently shared a BMJ report that outlined the approval of Esketamine in Europe: Since sharing this news, the following rapid response by the MHRA [The Medicines and Healthcare products … Continue reading Esketamine: Regulators and a confusing narrative

“Esketamine is approved in Europe”

The BMJ has published this News report, the full article can be accessed here.

Published and unpublished comments on the PANDA trial

In September 2019 the following paper was published in the Lancet Psychiatry [the full open-access paper can be accessed here): Alongside the publication of the PANDA Trial in the Lancet … Continue reading Published and unpublished comments on the PANDA trial

‘Why . . . I garden’

In the current BMJ, Peter Brennan explains ‘why . . . I garden’.

‘Workforce wellbeing’

Last Friday I learned that the Royal College of Psychiatrists was worried that my ideas were “over-valued”. The same day the College shared its full response to the recent General … Continue reading ‘Workforce wellbeing’

Time to say goodbye

It was interesting to read this month’s guest blog for the Royal College of Psychiatrists by the Chair of RCPsych Scotland, Professor John Crichton. The College has recently celebrated 25 … Continue reading Time to say goodbye

Observer’s Observation: an Update

By Marion Brown, 25 September 2017. Since writing my ‘Outsiders Observation’ piece ‘Medically Unexplained Symptoms in General Practice’ for GP View at the end of 2016, there seems to have … Continue reading Observer’s Observation: an Update

Time to say goodbye

It was interesting to read this month’s guest blog for the Royal College of Psychiatrists by the Chair of RCPsych Scotland, Professor John Crichton. The College has recently celebrated 25 … Continue reading Time to say goodbye

Hubris and the medical profession

I regularly read the BMJ Rapid Responses and find them to provide opportunities to learn and often to challenge any existing understandings that I may have established. The following response … Continue reading Hubris and the medical profession