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 […]

Happy Halloween From A C-L Psychiatrist

Halloween is upon us and if I don’t get this post out now, it won’t get done. As usual, it has been pretty busy on the Consultation-Liaison (C-L) Psychiatry service. I don’t think it has anything to do with the Halloween season–but it is a bit scary. It’s also time for the annual C-L Psychiatry […]

Meditation Not A Fix, Maybe Because You’re Not Broken: A Letter From Bev and Kerri

As I was struggling to finish my work in my office, one of my residents stopped by and noticed. I felt harried and I’m pretty sure I looked it. She mentioned she’d heard that I practice mindfulness meditation. I remarked that it comes in handy on days like I was having. Anyway, that’s just to […]

Hats On For Children’s Palliative Care And More: Guest Post by Luisella Magnani

This is a guest post from Luisella Magnani. It’s been a while since I’ve heard from Luisella. I offer my condolences on her most recent loss and affirm her message supporting the palliative care organizations such as those celebrating Word Hospice and Palliative Care Day on October 14, 2017, urging “Don’t leave those suffering behind.” […]

Firemen, Foot Soldiers, And Fixers

The blog has been pretty quiet lately. One reason is that the psychiatry consult service has been pretty busy. I also am in phased retirement and away from the hospital more often. However, I do have a new office, which I plan to keep as neat as possible for the next occupant, whoever that might […]