Stress is an ubiquitous phenomenon, part of the fabric of everyday life Every age, every era has produced its own set of stresses and difficult life events. I agree with the dictum that it is easy to say, difficult to do. However, there are decisions… Read More »
This is the second video as part of a series of brief interviews with Prof Anita Clayton focusing on sexual function and antidepressants. Prof Clayton’s clinical practice and research interests focus on women’s mental health and sexual dysfunctions. She is the David C. Wilson Professor… Read More »
Sanil, I would like to thank you for asking me to talk about a topic which I am very interested in. Before going on to my experiences, I think it’s best to briefly outline how I got interested in the field. Since I worked in… Read More »
Throughout university, I was very interested in Surgery & completed all my electives in Surgery. Prior to my Psychiatry rotation in 5th year, I had a chance to read through the Psychiatry book & found it fascinating; very different to other medical specialties. I felt… Read More »
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