Side Effects of Psychiatric Medications Assessment, Prevention, and Management: (Second Edition, 2020)
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Reviewed by Rajnish Mago, MD:
It is no secret that the book Managing the Side Effects of Psychotropic Medications by Goldberg and Ernst is a fantastic resource for anyone who prescribes psychotropic medications.
– Charles Nemeroff, MD, PhD (Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Miami) wrote:
“A very welcome addition to the busy practitioner’s armamentarium. It provides in a single source important and often hard to find guidance on managing side effects of commonly (and uncommonly) prescribed psychiatric medications. It will be a very, very useful resource for psychiatrists…”
From the First Edition:
– Jerrold Rosenbaum, MD (Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School) wrote that he upgraded his own knowledge substantially by reading this book.
– Michael Gitlin, MD (Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA) wrote that this book will remain on his desk, not on his bookshelf.
– Stephen Stahl, MD (Professor of Psychiatry at UC San Diego) called it “a valuable and unique work of practical scholarship”.
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