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Dr. Gerald D. Klee of Timonium died on March 3, 2013, five days after breaking his hip.
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The Maryland Psychiatric Society hosted a conference at Sheppard Pratt on March 23, 2013 entitled “Psychopharmacology - Updates, Advances & New Information”, for which I was asked to give a presentation about new developments concerning atypical antipsychotic agents. So I pondered. It had been a while since the newest triad of atypicals (asenapine, iloperidone, and lurasidone, in generic alphabetical order) made their appearance, and long-acting injectable paliperidone isn’t news anymore. I’d heard tha
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Since 1994, all diplomates of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology have received time-limited 10-year certificates. The rationale proposed for this change was to ensure that physicians were maintaining a lifelong education in their specialty, and demonstrating that they were practicing with competency. Individuals who were board-certified prior to October, 1994, need not participate in Maintenance of Certification (MOC), but may elect to do so.
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Now that we are coding psychotherapy as an “add on” to an E&M code, it is worthwhile to review how it impacts the doctor-patient relationship. I would argue that as psychiatrists who are also psychotherapists, we modify our relationship to the patient in a way that allows psychotherapy to happen. This is most clearly true for longer-term psychodynamic psychotherapy, where much of the change requires a deep appreciation of the complexity of this relationship. In fact, the therapeutic relationship may become the p
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Confidentiality in medical treatment is a venerable, even archaic, value. It stretches back through English Common Law to the dawn of medical ethics in the Hippocratic Oath What I may see or hear in the course of the treatment  . . . I will keep to myself, holding such things shameful to be spoken about.  
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