“This full toolset”

A psychiatrist, who has become increasingly prominent on social media, and who has been regularly retweeted by the President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, has stated that “we treat … Continue reading “This full toolset”

“Where are the women?”

A previous post on Hole Ousia that briefly considered Psychiatrists on Social Media was recently shared on Twitter in a way that was out of context and this reminded me, … Continue reading “Where are the women?”

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

“His thoughtfulness and modesty”

Recently Professor Rob Howard, Old Age Psychiatrist, University College London, having read a “Real Psychiatry” blog post written by George Dawson MD said: “I have learned a lot from Georges’s … Continue reading “His thoughtfulness and modesty”

“Those three little words”

This perspective in the current BMJ seems important to me. The author, Matt Morgan begins: “If ‘I love you’ are the three most important words in life, then ‘I don’t … Continue reading “Those three little words”

Psychiatrists on social media

It cannot be easy to be a psychiatrist on social media! The above psychiatrists, all prominent on social media, will recognise this concern. The academic breadth of the above psychiatrists … Continue reading Psychiatrists on social media

“Huda for RCPsych President!”

On social media, Dr Paul Morrison, Psychiatrist, researcher and member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists has proposed Dr Samei Huda for the Presidency of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. … Continue reading “Huda for RCPsych President!”

“Humbug”

The Editor of the Scotland on Sunday, in reference to language used in Parliament in the last week of September 2019, was of the opinion that it was: The Editor … Continue reading “Humbug”

Today’s Sunday newspapers

There has been a lot of discussion this week about appropriate choice of language. My blog has often argued the importance of how we use language. Our choice of words … Continue reading Today’s Sunday newspapers