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Tune in every month for highlights and summaries of key articles from each issue of The American Journal of Psychiatry ( Each episode also features discussion of the three articles from each issue that serve as the basis for CME courses, which can be found at

Customer Reviews

A good overview

A very good summary of each issue of the AJP, and always interesting. The information is presented clearly, getting the main ideas across without going into too much detail that non-psychiatrists wouldn't be able to understand. My only complaint about this podcast is that the presenters can be a bit difficult to listen to: the woman's voice is very wispy and the man speaks with a slight lisp, things that may prevent some listeners from subscribing. It is this that prevents me from giving the podcast a five star rating. Overall, a very good podcast.

Important information, sedating presentation.

The information being presented is essential for good psychiatric care, but it is very hard to maintain attention over 30 minutes when one person softly reads the synopsis of each of the studies. For hypnotic induction, this would not be a bad approach. However, having a couple of people alternating stories, or having a discussion between a couple of speakers would make this a much better podcast.

Audio May/09 Postpartum depression

The review is excellent, informative, useful and kept my attention all through the audio episode. Susan K. Schultz, is an excellent speaker. English is my second language and I appreciate tremendously when the speaker pronounces the words as a virtuoso pianist play the piano. Susan is a virtuosa of the speech. Very frequent the speaker mumbles. Very bad defect. Dont forget that this country is highly cosmopolitan. Foreigns appreciate the efforts to communicate clearly.

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  • Category: Medicine
  • Language: English

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