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Dr. J. Raymond DePaulo

100 Years of the The Henry Phipps Psychiatric Clinic

A Century of Compassion: Reflections on Johns Hopkins Psychiatry

Brain Talk Podcasts Featuring Department Faculty and Staff

Brain Talk, a Brain Science Institute (BSi) production, hosts weekly interviews covering a wide variety of topics in brain research. The program will feature brain experts on topics like Schizophrenia, autism, and the neurological bases of touch and other sensory processing, says BSi interdisciplinary partnerships director Susan Magsamen. Brain Talk is being aired on public radio stations throughout the U.S. View All Brain Talk Podcasts

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Irving Reti, MBBS on Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: Hope for Depression, Addiction, and Pain Sufferers
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Paul B. Rosenberg, M.D. on Recent Discoveries for Treating Alzheimer’s Disease
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Golda Ginsburg on Identifying and Helping Kids With Anxiety
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Zachary A. Kaminsky, Ph.D. on Finding a Way to Test for Post-Partum Depression Before It Strikes
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Adam Kaplin, M.D., Ph.D.

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Thomas W. Sedlak, M.D., Ph.D. on Understanding Schizophrenia
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Rebecca Landa, Ph.D. on Autism: The Importance of Early Intervention
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Dimitri Avramopoulos, M.D., Ph.D. on New Genetic Studies About What Triggers Schizophrenia
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Kristen Rahn, Ph.D. on Hope for People Suffering from Memory and Learning Problems Associated With MS
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Blogs

Dr. Meg ChisolmDr. Meg Chisolm on Reflections on Clinical Excellence
Dr. Dean MacKinnonDr. Dean MacKinnon on Psychology Today -  Trouble in Mind
Dr. Dinah MillerDr. Dinah Miller on Shrink Rap, a blog for psychiatrists by psychiatrists

Podcasts/Radio

Constantine Lyketsos

Dr. Constantine Lyketsos speaks about the latest research, treatment and care of Alzheimer's.
Alzheimer's Disease on WYPR with Dan Rodricks

Elizabeth Tracey

Elizabeth Tracey interviews faculty for the Johns Hopkins Health Newsfeed
 

Dr. Jason Brandt

Dr. Jason Brandt on how stress may be inducing non-epileptic seizures.
Unraveling Pseudoseizures on WYPR with Sheila Kast on Maryland Morning

Drs. Hansen, Miller, and DavisMy Three Shrinks
A blog by three psychiatrists with different perspectives; private practice psychotherapy, forensic psychiatry in a correctional institution, and a general hospital consultation-liason psychiatrist.
Helen and Arne Hovdesven

Listen to podcasts by staff and family members at the Memory and Alzheimer's Treatment Center

Videos

YouTube logoPsychiatry Playlist on the Johns Hopkins YouTube Channel
Dr. Peter RabinsHow Do I Know If I Have Alzheimer's
With this and other videos, Dr. Peter Rabins offerstips for those caring for people with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias.
Dr. Karin SwartzAntidepressants and Placebo Controversies
Lecture by Dr. Karen Swartz at the Johns Hopkins 25th Annual Mood Disorders Research/Education Symposium - April 5, 2011.
Dr. Kay Jamison

Discrimination and Stigma Against Patients with Depression and Bipolar Disorder
Lecture by Dr. Kay Redfield Jamison at the Johns Hopkins 25th Annual Mood Disorders Research/Education Symposium - April 5, 2011.

ADAP LogoAdolescent Depression Awareness Program (ADAP)
Watch videos about this school-based curriculum to educate high school students, teachers, and parents about teenage depression.
Joseph Bienvenu

ICU Diaries Help Prevent PTSD | JHM Piloting the Initiative
Dr. Joseph Bienvenu on JHM's pilot program that reduces the risk of trauma after discharge from the ICU.

Karen SwartzThe Importance of Forgiveness
Dr. Karen Swartz on the various factors involved in the process of forgiving.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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