Simple and Practical Mental Health Education is a valuable resource that our subscribers love. Even well-known psychopharmacology experts read it regularly and give it rave reviews (click HERE) to read some of the reviews).
Here are just some of the reviews from prominent academic psychiatrists:
“What a fabulous service you have provided for so many of our colleagues. You are a master of providing peer-reviewed important psychopharmacological information, simple and to the point!”
Vivien K. Burt, MD, PhD.
Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Science, The David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California at Los Angeles, and
Founder and Co-Director, The Women’s Life Center Resnick UCLA Neuropsychiatric Hospital (Los Angeles, California, USA).
“I am impressed with the breadth of practical knowledge and how well you convey it to your readers. I look forward to the daily emails and have made changes to my clinical practice based on the information you have conveyed.”
Mark Zimmerman, MD.
Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, and
Director of Adult Outpatient Psychiatry and the Partial Hospital Program, Rhode Island Hospital (Providence, Rhode Island, USA).
“I have been reading Simple and Practical entries every day for several months, and have found them to be highly useful nuggets of concise, evidence-driven and indeed very practical brief summaries of clinical treatment issues that psychiatrists (and psychiatric residents) face almost daily. I commend Raj Mago for this crisp and valuable education he provides to psychiatric practitioners and I strongly recommend subscribing to this service.”
Henry Nasrallah, MD, Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.
“I have practiced Psychiatry in an academic medical center for 45 years, and in the past few years, I have come to rely on Simple and Practical to provide useful and rapid information to address both clinical problems and to inform my teaching of students, residents, and fellows. S&P targets practical issues and problems that arise in everyday clinical practice with information which is concise, relevant, and supported by scientific evidence. It is rapidly accessible and provides information right at the time it is needed.”
James L. Stinnett, MD, Professor Emeritus, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA).
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Below are the institutions that have bought memberships for either the entire institution or for all their trainees (residents and fellows) as of July 2022.
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Yale University, New Haven, CT
Residency training programs
Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA
Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine, Stratford, NJ
State University of New York, Syracuse, NY
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
Subscription rates for training programs
|Number of subscribers||Per trainee per year|
|5 to 9 people||$75|
|10 to 19 people||$60|
|20 to 29 people||$50|
|30 and more||$40|
Subscription rates for entire institutions
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