Later this month, Shrink Rap will be celebrating it's 10th anniversary! More later, but we are the longest running psychiatry blog, and we're looking forward to the cake.
As you may know, Shrink Rap is part of a larger group of projects that the three of us, in various combinations, work on. The list has morphed over the years, and the Accessible Psychiatry Project is now up for a Scattergood Innovation Award. The nominations closed last week, and public comment is not being requested. We'd love to have our Shrink Rap readers visit the Scattergood site and leave an encouraging comment. The Scattergood site is here and comments can be added at the end of The Accessible Psychiatry Project's description:
If you do add a comment, please accept our thanks.
For a recap of our projects over time:
The Accessible Psychiatry Project
on the Internet, since April, 2006
Shrink Rap News: A blog and print column for
Clinical Psychiatry News
Shrink Rap Today: A collateral blog on the
Psychology Today Website.
November, 2006- 2012, 70 episodes aired
Featured on the iTunes Medical Podcasts Webpage
ShrinkRapRoy tweets about psychiatry and health care.
ClinkShrink tweets about issues pertaining to psychiatry & the law; sometimes about birds
ShrinkRapDinah tweets mostly on mental health issues.
Access to Care: MarylandPsychiatrists.Net is a website designed to facilitate quick entry to outpatient care.
Committed: The Battle Over Involuntary Psychiatric Care, by Dinah Miller and Annette Hanson, In Press, Johns Hopkins University Press for Fall, 2016.
The Shrink Rappers give talks on:
~ The Public Face of Psychiatry Across Media
~Access to Care
~Psychiatry and Technology (Dr. Daviss)
~Forensic Psychiatry (Dr. Hanson)
~soon: Involuntary/Forced Psychiatric Care
~soon: Mental Illness, Violence, and Violence Prevention