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The Psych Review is a podcast reviewing recent developments in Australian psychiatry. The cast is hosted by three psychiatry registrars: Alanna, Shakira, and Mazz. We realise how hard it can be to stay on top of the latest research, so we created this cast to help our colleagues (and ourselves) keep up to date, in quick summary shows of less than 30 minutes. Disclaimer: The Psych Review is not affiliated in any way with The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Pschiatrists (RANZCP) no ...
 
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In the final episode of season three Alanna investigates a Cuban hysteria crisis, Shakira uncovers concerning statistics regarding use of CTOs on people who are culturally and linguistically diverse, and Mazz turns the pages of the recent Australian Productivity Commission Inquiry Report into Mental Health. The articles covered in this month's epis…
 
The Psych Review battles on through the pandemic, this month Shakira discusses how not all antipsychotic medications are equal, Alanna reviews links between social media use and eating disorders, and Mazz breaks down a submission to the Royal Commission made by Victorian Legal Aid. The articles covered in this month's episode are: - Shakira: Johnse…
 
After a period of prolonged isolation, the Psych Review is back with a COVID-themed special - and to maintain as much social distancing as possible for the first time the entire episode was recorded over the internet! Join the registrars for the fourth episode of season three, where Mazz walks the fine line between mental health and public health l…
 
It's episode three of 2020 and Shakira starts the show by covering recent developments of in the COVID-19 situation - including statements from the college of psychiatry. Alanna looks at a recent article covering the use of psilocybin assisted therapy in depression, and Mazz reviews a recent article covering Psychiatric Assessment and Planning Unit…
 
In episode two of the third season of The Psych Review the focus is on psychological trauma. Alanna and Shakira explore the consequences of childhood trauma, in both clinical and non-clinical contexts. Mazz looks globally into the mental health outcomes of protests, riots and revolutions. Warning: this episode may contain trauma-related content tha…
 
Welcome to first episode of season three of The Psych Review, where we are very excited to introduce our brand new host Alanna. This month Mazz kicks things off with a discussion around the differences (or lack thereof) between hallucinations in personality disorders and psychotic disorders, Alanna looks into some promising research regarding the u…
 
In the final episode of season two The Psych Review team go in depth into the recent Interim Report from the Royal Commission Into Victoria's Mental Health System. This report likely will have far reaching implications for both the rest of Australia - and possibly the world. We also take a bittersweet moment in this special episode to say goodbye t…
 
In episode eight of season two of The Psych Review Dave talks about proposed medicare changes and interesting results regarding fluoxetine prescription in youth, Shakira discusses suicide rates from the perspective of Durkheim, and Mazz summarises the recent Victorian Auditor General reports into mental health services. The articles covered in this…
 
The seventh episode of season two of The Psych Review finds Dave looking internationally (again) at the use of infliximab in the treatment of bipolar depression, see's Shakira explore how we should talk about duration of antipsychotic treatment with patients with schizophrenia, and allows Mazz to have a rant about whether personality disorder diagn…
 
In the latest episode of The Psych Review Dave reviews esketamine use in the relapse prevention of treatment resistant depression, Shakira finds out that antidepressant doses may not need to be as high as you might have thought, and Mazz questions the usefulness of CT scanning in first episode psychosis. The articles covered in this month's episode…
 
In the 2019 May episode of The Psych Review, Dave talks about the ethics and legality of sexual relationships within inpatient units, Shakira covers the use of the mental health act in prison environments, and Mazz takes a look into supervision - what it is and what it could be. The articles covered in this month's episode are: - Dave: Maylea, C. (…
 
In April and The Psych Review team has some great new content. Mazz reviews the latest RANZCP guidelines on electroconvulsive therapy, Dave discusses a promising new link between autism and prenatal vitamins, and Shakira gives us an overview of the Victorian SafeScript initiative. The articles covered in this month's episode are: - Mazz: Weiss, A. …
 
In March The Psych Review team covers national and international news. Dave looks into a new approach to difficult to treat depression, Mazz provides the team with an update on the Royal Commission into mental health, and Shakira talks about the funding of hospital psychiatry. The articles covered in this month's episode are: - Dave: Rush, A. J., A…
 
It's February and the second episode of season two sees Dave move internationally to review the how attention is affected by brain training, Shakira move towards the college to discuss their position on pill testing, and Mazz move back in time to revisit experiences of student and teacher assessments in medical school. The articles covered in this …
 
It's January which means that it's time for first episode of season two of The Psych Review. Dave kicks things off by talking about the intersection between mental health and the NDIS, Shakira looks into social inclusion in young patients, and Mazz covers a new approach to support registrars in training. The articles covered in this month's episode…
 
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 …
 
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 wo…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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 r…
 
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 Psy…
 
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 or…
 
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.…
 
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 reg…
 
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 …
 
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 wh…
 
Review of Psych "Juliet Wears the Pantsuit" with episode writer Britt Hilgers!Why does Woody always drink through a straw? Does Juliet deserve to know Shawn's secret? Is Chillerz a real bar in Santa Barbara? Is Gus the SBPD version of Google? If Britt was a John Hughes movie, what would she be?Discover all this and more!Hosted by: Lauren Gallaway, …
 
Get to know Psych writer Britt Hilgers!Britt wrote the Psych episode "Juliet Wears the Pantsuit"Episode air date: April 24, 2013Interview date: April 25, 2013From production assistant to staff writer, from Lord of the Rings fangirl to Psych episode writer, Britt has seen and done it all!In Part One of our interview with Britt, discover her journey …
 
Doctor Who "Hide" review"Hide"Written by: Neil CrossDirected by: Jaime Payne"Hide" is a great romp around a giant haunted castle in 1974. This episode was full of great one liners including references to "Ghost Busters," health and safety, "selfie" Doctor pics, and the bonds of love.The Doctor gets deep with Professor Palmer about outliving people.…
 
Welcome to Fancastic - The fan podcast reviewing your favorite shows!This week:Psych: Season 7 Episode 8: "Right Turn or Left for Dead"Written by Carlos Jacott Directed by David Crabtree Fancastic Podcasters: Lauren, Stephanie, Lacey, & Amanda Discussion:Shawn's discovery of the great Swedish population in Santa BarbaraChief Vick patting Shawn on t…
 
Welcome to Fancastic - The fan podcast reviewing your favorite shows!This week:Psych: Season 7 Episode 7: "Deez Nups" Written by James Roday & Bill CallahanDirected by James RodayFeaturing new Fancastic Members: Stephanie & LaceyDiscussion:Detective Carlton Lassiter's weddingShawn coming clean with JulietteHenry driving the party busLove for Wendy,…
 
Once Upon A Time Season 2 Pre-finale recap. Quick Review of Episodes 1-18.Catch up on character arcs, episode titles, and plot points from this exciting season! What happened to August? Will Belle get her memory back? Who is Greg/Owen? Where is Owen's dad? What's going to happen to Mary Margaret / Snow White's heart?And more!Tweet us your questions…
 
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