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Involuntary Psychiatric Care, Malingering, and More From APA’s 2017 Annual Meeting

Highlights of day five coverage from APA’s Annual Meeting include a tribute to the late psychiatrist Chester Pierce, M.D., discussion of involuntary psychiatric care, and tips on how to work with patients who distort or withhold key information. Look for future coverage of APA’s 2017 Annual Meeting in upcoming issues of Psychiatric News.Pernicious Effects of Racism Discussed in Session Honoring Chester Pierce, M.D. The late Harvard psychiatrist Chester Pierce, M.D., left a legacy that continues to inspire his successors in the study of the connection between race and mental health...

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Published By: Psychiatric News - Wednesday, 24 May

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