CPCP: ARFID and Anorexia Nervosa Treatment Outcomes Compared

Coming at you with another outstanding Clinical Problems in Consultation Psychiatry (CPCP). This one compares two eating disorders and their treatment outcomes: Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) and Anorexia Nervosa. A hard-working medical student put this together, Allison Kim. She’s a senior who’ll be going into Emergency Medicine. She’s a great learner and a … Continue reading CPCP: ARFID and Anorexia Nervosa Treatment Outcomes Compared

CPCP: Neurology and Psychiatry: Divided or United?

I’m particularly proud of today’s Clinical Problems in Consultation Psychiatry (CPCP), “Neurology and Psychiatry: Divided Or United?” Partly that’s because one of the trainees who worked on it is a Neurology resident, Dr. Abdel Wahed, and I always enjoy their participation on the Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry service. That said, the medical student, Nicoll, and the Family … Continue reading CPCP: Neurology and Psychiatry: Divided or United?

CPCP: Improving Psychiatry Consultation Questions

Today we had an outstanding Clinical Problems in Consultation Psychiatry (CPCP) presentation by several trainees, including residents and medical students. This is the first one about improving the two way street of communication between the psychiatry consultation service and consultees and I don’t know why it took us so long to get to it. The … Continue reading CPCP: Improving Psychiatry Consultation Questions

CPCP: Catatonia by Medical Student Ashwin Subramani

The Clinical Problems in Consultation Psychiatry (CPCP) is an excellent educational exercise developed for the psychiatry consultation psychiatry service over 20 years ago by one of my former teachers, Dr. William R. Yates, MD. He and Dr. Terri Gerdes published a paper about it, the abstract for which is below: Yates, W. R. and T. … Continue reading CPCP: Catatonia by Medical Student Ashwin Subramani

CPCP: Clozapine and Boot Camp for Clinicians on Delirium?

Today’s CPCP is really about clozapine side effects but this could easily have been about delirium as well. Clozapine is a very anticholinergic drug and has a lot of other side effects other than severe neutropenia. Medical students Melissa Bacci and Irtaza “Taz” Khalid did a great job on this one. In order to see … Continue reading CPCP: Clozapine and Boot Camp for Clinicians on Delirium?