What’s the Quick Fix for the Quick Fix?

Well, I just ran across some news items which remind me of our quick-fix nation. One is a Washington Post article about a project associated with President Obama’s Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN Initiative) involving the development of computer chips to help treat neuropsychiatric syndromes such as post-traumatic stress disorder. The program manager at […]

Look Out; He’s Using Shortcode Again! Decisional Capacity Assessment

I’m incorrigible; I’m trying to use WordPress Presentation Shortcode again to make a short presentation on decisional capacity assessment. This is a frequent request, I mean to help with decisional capacity assessment, not shortcode, of course. This by no means does much more than scratch the surface of this issue, but it’s what’s essential for […]

My Comments on Affirming Lifelong Learning and Opposing MOC in Iowa

The Iowa Medical Society (IMS) new Policy Forum will meet on September 25, 2014 to discuss a half-dozen pivotal issues including my Policy Request Statement (PRS) 14-02: Support of Lifelong Learning and Opposition to Mandatory Maintenance of Certification (MOC). Below are my comments on the IMS LinkedIn site. I’ve already submitted written comments required by […]

Uh Oh…Using WordPress Shortcode Again: C-L Psychiatry and Delirium

Every once in a while, I get an urge to try WordPress Presentation Shortcode and the results are usually quirky for reasons I can’t fathom. But then I’m a geezer and can’t be expected to solve all these digital puzzles. You have to use only the arrow keys to navigate through each and every line on […]

Back on the MOC Again

Well, my wife and I just got back from vacation in downtown Milwaukee where I snapped quite a few pictures, and it’s remarkable how much of it reminded me of the first Policy Forum of the Iowa Medical Society, now in the Testimony Forum stage. Of course, I didn’t think about my Policy Request Statement […]