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Meta-Analysis of Suicidality in Placebo-Controlled Clinical Trials of Adults Taking Bupropion
A new case study that analyzed the correlation between the use of antidepressants and suicide concluded that all patients treated with antidepressants should receive careful monitoring for clinical worsening, suicidality, or unusual changes in behavior.
Psychiatry May 10th 2022
These 5 States are Healthcare Rock Stars—Did Yours Make the List?
US News & World Report recently published its state healthcare rankings, based on three measures: access to healthcare, quality of care, and overall health of the population, measuring rates of obesity, smoking, suicide, mental health, and mortality for adults and infants. At the top, Hawaii was the clear winner. At the bottom, Mississippi. Where does your state measure up in the rankings?
Allergy & Immunology April 6th 2021
Back From the Brink, Med Student’s Plea Brings Promise of Change
From MedPage Today comes this inspirational story about Christopher Veal, a medical student at UVM’s Larner College of Medicine who is calling on medical school leaders to change their culture and adjust their programs to screen for suicidal ideation and mental health early on in student life. Veal decided to speak up after a friend and fellow med student took his own life, as Veal once attempted.
Allergy & Immunology March 16th 2021
3 Tips for Reducing Physician Burnout
Medscape’s National Physician Burnout and Suicide Report 2020, which surveyed more than 15,000 physicians (prior to the COVID-19 pandemic), found 42% of those interviewed admitted to feeling burned out. Burnout has many causes, but also many solutions. Here are three tips to help you cope on an individualized level.
Allergy & Immunology October 19th 2020