Cultural Sensitivity in Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Editors: Ranna Parekh, MD, MPH, Tristan Gorrindo, MD, and David H. Rubin, MD
Race and ethnicity. Genes. Community. Religion. Gender. Sexuality.
Just a few of the factors that contribute to the mental health and wellness of children and adolescents. Yet the impacts of these important traits vary widely by culture.
The insights in this book help you understand the many cultural infuences on mental health and wellness in young people. Given America's increasing diversity, the knowledge in these chapters translates into cutting-edge clinical practice, teaching, and research.
Massachusetts General Hospital Psychiatry Update & Board Preparation, 3e
Theodore A. Stern, MD and John B. Herman, MD
This text is available in both print and e-book form. It is an effective study aid for American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) certification and Maintenance of Certification (MOC) exams. The book contains nearly 50 chapters on all the important topics covered in the ABPN exams and includes 250 board-style questions with annotated answers.
On the Edge of Life: Diary of A Medical Intensive Care Unit
Editors: Mikkael A. Sekeres, MD, MS and Theodore A. Stern, MD
This book weaves together extraordinary tales told by freshly-minted doctors as they rotate through the Massachusetts General Hospital intensive care unit. One of the renowned authors are Cleveland Clinic physician Mikkael Sekeres, MD, a frequent contributor to the New York Times Well Blog and award-winning columnist for Oncology Times. He is joined by Theodore Stern, MD, Chief of the Psychiatric Consultation Service at Massachusetts General Hospital and Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. The stories focus on the unguarded reflections of interns and residents as they struggle with extremes of medical care, humor in the midst of despair and first encounters with death. Ultimately they take a step back to appreciate the miracle of survival as the human spirit triumphs over medical calamity.
For more than 30 years, Massachusetts General Hospital has been a leader in
educating mental health professionals, and the Psychiatry Department has been
ranked #1 in US News & World Report's Survey of America's Best Hospitals 18