Tag: psychiatry

Think You Can Answer These 6 Psychiatry Board Exam Questions?

Think You Can Answer These 6 Psychiatry Board Exam Questions?

Beginning in 2016, the only pathway to board certification through the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) is the computer-administe [...]
Identifying Common Psychiatric Disorders in Children

Identifying Common Psychiatric Disorders in Children

Mental health disorders in childhood often get overlooked. As doctors, we like to reconcile issues quickly, without seeing the bigger and sometime [...]
How My MD Landed Me in a Job Related to Video Games

How My MD Landed Me in a Job Related to Video Games

The title makes it sound much more glamorous than it is, but it is interesting. I’m a child psychiatrist who treats children, teens, and adults wi [...]
5 Free Psychiatry MOC Sample Questions to Prepare You for Your Exam

5 Free Psychiatry MOC Sample Questions to Prepare You for Your Exam

So your Psychiatry MOC exam is around the corner. Here are some helpful tips to get you psyched up for it. The key to preparing yourself for this [...]

FAQs about taking the Psychiatry MOC Exam

Here are some common questions that we are asked regarding the ABPN Approved Psychiatry Board MOC Exam (also known as the Psychiatry Re-certification [...]

Serotonin System Dysfunction in OCD

Serotonin system dysfunction is central to Obsessive-Compulsive disorder, specifically hypersensitivity of postsynaptic serotonin receptors. The speci [...]

Top 10 Books for Psychiatry Residents

Top 10 books to read that will help you be a better psychiatrist and better prepared for the ABPN Psychiatry Board Exam and PRITE 1. Psychiatric in [...]

Neurology for ABPN Psychiatry Boards and PRITE

The best way to prepare for neurology questions on the ABPN psychiatry boards and PRITE is to continue to read on neurological disorders (see a book s [...]

Psychiatry Boards and PRITE Study Tips

Finding time to study as a resident can be a challenge. The best advice is to really think about your cases, talk about them to supervisors and then [...]
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