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What to Say When Patients Ask

The goal of this format is to highlight the clinical relevance of neuroscience findings using the patient’s perspective as a structural element of the exercise. Each WTS is a companion to a Clinical Commentary or an NNCI video and is organized around answering an imagined patient’s questions about their illness, symptoms, treatment, or expected outcome/response from a neuroscience perspective. Participants role play answering the “patient’s” questions before and after reading a Clinical Commentary or watching a video. Time is reserved for discussing the key take home points from the Clinical Commentary/videos. Ample time is left for questions and for general discussion.

The intended audience is either faculty or trainees. The session length is 50-60 minutes in the session outline below but can be easily modified to 30 minutes.

Please click here to read the What to Say Facilitator’s Guide.

What to Say: Psychiatric Pharmacogenomics: How Close Are We

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What to Say: “Not Dead Yet!” – Confronting the Legacy of Dualism in Modern Psychiatry

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Student Enrolled22
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What to Say: Witnessing Modern America

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What to Say: Donut Pass Go

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Student Enrolled56
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What to Say: More than a Gut Feeling: The Implications of the Gut Microbiota in Psychiatry

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Student Enrolled33
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What to Say: Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder: From Plato to Petri Dishes

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What to Say: Telomeres, Trauma, and Training

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What to Say: Perpetual Hunger: The Neurobiological Consequences of Long-Term Opioid Use

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TypeOnline Course
Student Enrolled151
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What to Say: Your System Has Been Hijacked: The Neurobiology of Chronic Pain

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Student Enrolled180
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What to Say: Poverty, Parenting, and Psychiatry

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TypeOnline Course
Student Enrolled139
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What to Say: Cannabinoids and Pain: Weeding Out Undesired Effects With a Novel Approach to Analgesia

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TypeOnline Course
Student Enrolled67
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What to Say: The Parable of Panic: Suffocation, Social Attachment, and the Critical Role of an Integrative, Biopsychosocial Formulation

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Student Enrolled108
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What to Say: Kraepelin’s Crumbling Twin Pillars: Using Biology to Reconstruct Psychiatric Nosology From the Bottom Up

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TypeOnline Course
Student Enrolled146
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What to Say: Changing the Way We Think About (and With) Antidepressants

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TypeOnline Course
Student Enrolled232
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What to Say: Predicting Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: From Circuits to Communities

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Student Enrolled135
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What to Say: The Electrochemical Brain: Lessons from the Bell Jar and Interventional Psychiatry

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Student Enrolled323
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What to Say: To Bend and Not Break: The Neurobiology of Stress, Resilience, and Recovery

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Student Enrolled385
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What to Say: Reshaping the Depressed Brain: A Focus on Synaptic Health

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Student Enrolled331
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What to Say: Missed Connections: A Network Approach to Understanding Psychiatric Illness

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TypeOnline Course
Student Enrolled209
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What to Say: Leveraging the Power of Genetics to Bring Precision Medicine to Psychiatry: Too Little of a Good Thing?

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TypeOnline Course
Student Enrolled145
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What to Say: From Azalla to Anandamide: Distilling the Therapeutic Potential of Cannabinoids

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Student Enrolled158
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