Psychiatry and Politics.
Have you read "How Doctors Think"? It is a good read if you can find the time. I'm enjoying it over the summer.
she's ALIVE!!! :o)
Keep well, hope you're back at some point, feeling rejuvenated.You know, what with you and Dr Crippen both dropping from the blogsphere at the same time, folks could talk ;-)
I thought you'd abandoned the blog! It's nice to know you're still alive and well. Enjoy your time off!
Enjoy your break my lovely and brilliant friend.Ian
have a great time
we miss youx
Hope you will hurry up from your break!
Hi Michelle,I have been reading your blog and like your writings. I wonder if youcould do me a little favour, I have recently started an online support group for mental illness patients, friends and families in Hong Kong. I have started it because I believe there is no such resources in HK. I started it alone without any sponsorship,but in time, I hope it will grow and reach out to more people. I'm now trying to promote the website to more people, however, I think at this point the traditional media will ignore me. If youcould kindly blog about it in your site, or refer me to other bloggers, I will highly appreciated.The site is http://hkmentalhealthsupport.org/You can learn more about me at http://people.bu.edu/benita, mind the site is a bit out dated.Best regards,Benita ChickMSN: firstname.lastname@example.org
hope you're haveing a great break :)
oops... having, not haveing. lol
Hope you are doing okay Michelle, just checking in on you. :)
when the break will end would you like to exchange links with my website Dent.info.MD? It has Page Rank 5.All the bestAles
Michelle:- when are you starting to blog again?
Congratulations Michelle, you are a star, perhaps this will persuade you to restart your blog, you have been missed:http://iaindale.blogspot.com/2007/09/blogging-guide-2007-top-10-medical.html
Michelle, checking in on you..hope you are alright.
Hi Michelle, hope you've had a good summer and come back refreshed.I was diagnoseed with Parkinson's Disease in my 50's and apart from the irritation of knowing a cure for baldness has been found when there is as yet no cure for MS and Parkinson's although PD was written about in 1817 OK.(obviously no sense of priority !) It is worrying me that no-one seems to be addressing the depression that comes with Parkinson's. The stiffness,shaking and slowness and lack of balance seem to be the only symptoms anyone ever thinks about. Shouldn't you psychiatrists and clinical psychologists realise that it's like having a personality transplant!
merrigee, I would hope that all psychiatrists are aware of the neuropsychiatric consequences of Parksinson's Disease (PD) since they're so common.Mood disturbance, personality change and cognitive changes are commonplace so should be sensible addressed . . . other tings like Lewy Body disease crop up more often and with PD medication there's even the risk of psychosis.Our local PD Nurse Specialist and I bounce patients between each other every month or so, most areas I know about have decent links 'tween psychiatry and neurology/physicians treating PD . . . have you had bad experiences?
Michelle, are you doing alright? You're missed.
This has been a very long break! You must have had enough rest by now!!!!
really love your work .
In the New Year?
Hey there, Merry Christmas. I am sincerely hoping that you will be returning to blogging in the new year. Bryn x
Hope you had a good christmas and have a happy new year Michelle.David.
look this is the "diet" i told you about you should really enter the site :) bye enter the site
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