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The Psych Review is a monthly podcast reviewing recent developments in Australian psychiatry. The cast is hosted by three psychiatry registrars: Dave, Shakira, and Mazz.

The Psych Review is a monthly podcast reviewing recent developments in Australian psychiatry. The cast is hosted by three psychiatry registrars: Dave, Shakira, and Mazz.
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The Psych Review is a monthly podcast reviewing recent developments in Australian psychiatry. The cast is hosted by three psychiatry registrars: Dave, Shakira, and Mazz.

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English


Episodes

S1E12 - Anxiety Guidelines and Climate Change

12/22/2018
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It's December and The Psych Review has officially turned 1 year old. Mazz and Dave dive deep into the recently released Australian and New Zealand clinical practice guidelines for anxiety disorders, Shak talks about whether or not psychiatry should be more involved in the arena of climate change, and the whole team reviews how the cast has evolved over the last 12 months. If you enjoyed the cast we would love you to subscribe, rate, and/or review us on iTunes. The Psych Review was brought to...

Duration:00:30:47

S1E11 - CTO Legislation, Capacity in ECT, and Testosterone

11/26/2018
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The Psych Review's hosts are together to review developments over the month of November. Shak compares the past and present of community treatment orders, Mazz returns to the Supreme Court with a recent verdict regarding electro-convulsive therapy, and Dave systematically reviews the role of testosterone in depression. If you enjoyed the cast we would love you to subscribe, rate, and/or review us on iTunes. The Psych Review was brought to you by Call to Mind, a new telepsychiatry service...

Duration:00:30:47

S1E10 - Fitness to Plead, Better Access, and Suicide Prevention

11/1/2018
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It's October and The Psych Review team is back. Mazz explains Fitness to Plead in the context of the ongoing Bourke Street tragedy case, Dave critically analyses a recent review of the Better Access scheme, and Shak covers a novel approach to intensive suicide prevention. Note: this episode contains content regarding the Bourke Street tragedy that some listeners may find distressing. If you enjoyed the cast we would love you to subscribe, rate, and/or review us on iTunes. The Psych Review...

Duration:00:30:13

S1E9 - Neuropsychiatry Special

9/15/2018
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It's September and The Psych Review is focussing in on neuropsychiatry. Dave talks about the neuroscience behind vicarious trauma in psychiatrists, Shak takes a look at a useful clinical update on Alzheimer's Disease, and Mazz explores the history and current state of conversion disorder. If you enjoyed the cast we would love you to subscribe, rate, and/or review us on iTunes. The Psych Review was brought to you by Call to Mind, a new telepsychiatry service that you can learn more about at...

Duration:00:29:52

S1E8 - Early Psychosis Special

8/22/2018
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The August edition of The Psych Review is all about first episode psychosis. Dave looks into the prevalence of psychotic experiences in our youth, Mazz reviews antipsychotic initiation guidelines, and Shak talks about different approaches to medication discontinuation following remission of a psychotic episode. If you enjoyed the cast we would love you to subscribe, rate, and/or review us on iTunes. The Psych Review was brought to you by Call to Mind, a new telepsychiatry service that you...

Duration:00:29:55

S1E7 - Ketamine, Gaming, and Deep Brain Stimulation

7/23/2018
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It's July and in the latest cast from The Psych Review the registrars debate whether or not excessive video gaming should be considered pathological, talk about promising research regarding deep brain stimulation in OCD, and finally have a think about the potentially unique role of ketamine in the treatment of depression. If you enjoyed the cast we would love you to subscribe, rate, and/or review us on iTunes. The Psych Review was brought to you by Call to Mind, a new telepsychiatry service...

Duration:00:27:50

S1E6 - Encephalitis, Doctor Burnout, and Multidisciplinary Reviews

6/28/2018
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The June edition of The Psych Review sees the registrars address whether we should be doing more to look for NMDA receptor antibodies in first episode psychosis, answer what makes a successful multidisciplinary team review, and delve into the latest regarding burnout in doctors. If you enjoyed the cast we would love you to subscribe, rate, and/or review us on iTunes. The Psych Review was brought to you by Call to Mind, a new telepsychiatry service that you can learn more about at...

Duration:00:28:36

S1E5 - Childhood Exercise, Risk Formulation, and Indigenous Health

5/28/2018
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In the May edition of The Psych Review the registrars cover risk formulation as discussed at the recent RANZCP congress, the latest in suicide prevention in Indigenous Australians, and also the link between exercise and mental health problems in youth. If you enjoyed the cast we would love you to subscribe, rate, and/or review us on iTunes. The Psych Review was brought to you by Call to Mind, a new telepsychiatry service that you can learn more about at www.calltomind.com.au. The original...

Duration:00:28:34

S1E4 - Coping Planning, Early Trauma, and Community Orders

4/30/2018
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In the April edition of The Psych Review, the registrars review recent developments in Australian Psychiatry. This month we delve into how being aware of adverse childhood experiences may help to manage and prevent mental health disorders, how using different language could overhaul the way we use safety plans, whether or not community treatment orders are helpful, and finally we touch on recent media attention regarding electro-convulsive therapy. If you enjoyed the cast we would love you...

Duration:00:27:36

S1E3 - Digital Psychiatry, Smoking, and Psychological Distress

3/27/2018
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The third episode of The Psych Review sees the registrars review the March 2018 edition of the ANZJP. We cover unconventional approaches to psychiatric delivery with a look at digital technology and telephone interventions in the treatment of psychosis, as well as some interesting comparisons between distress in Australian and Canadian populations. Finally we get an update on the cutting edge field of ketamine use to treat depression. If you enjoyed the cast we would love you to subscribe,...

Duration:00:26:09

S1E2 - Ovaries, Infants, and Antidepressants

2/27/2018
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In the second episode of The Psych Review, the registrars review the February 2018 edition of the ANZJP. We discuss a proposed shift in perinatal psychiatry towards attachment, mental health service delivery for young people, potential links between borderline personality disorder and polycystic ovarian syndrome, and also a groundbreaking piece regarding antidepressant efficacy from The Lancet. If you enjoyed the cast we would love you to subscribe, rate, and/or review us on iTunes. The...

Duration:00:26:06

S1E1 - Data Reproducibility, Anorexia Nervosa, and Farmer Health

1/23/2018
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In the first official episode of The Psych Review, the registrars review the first ANZJP of 2018. This month our focus turns to why it matters that some research isn't reproducible, whether Anorexia Nervosa should be in the category of Eating Disorders at all, and we also look at some recently curated data regarding the mental health of farmers in New Zealand. If you enjoyed the cast we would love you to subscribe, rate, and/or review us on iTunes. The original music in our podcast was...

Duration:00:26:03

Pilot - Neurobiology of Violence, e-Mental Health, and Indigenous Suicide

12/19/2017
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In the Pilot episode of The Psych Review, the team reviews the ANZJP from December 2017. We cover alarming statistics regarding Indigenous mental health, positive findings about a new innovation 'Mindspot', take a look into the neurobiology behind violence, and most importantly try to figure out what exactly The Psychiatry Ashes are. If you like what you hear please subscribe and/or review us on iTunes. Our original music track was made by the very talented John Badgery.

Duration:00:25:33