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Unquestioningly striving to adapt to harmful circumstances may be self-harm

According to the Online Etymology Dictionary resilience comes from the Latin “resileins” and “resilire”. Derived from “re” meaning “back” and “salire” meaning “to jump or leap”. Together, the act of “springing back”. In this short piece,...

Conflicts of interest: psychiatry under the influence of big pharma?

The President of the College of Psychiatrists of Ireland (CPI), Dr Lorcan Martin, received more than €20,000 in consultancy fees from the pharmaceutical industry between 2020 and 2022- despite the CPI’s own policy position...

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Part 1: Neurodiversity—what exactly does it mean?

Mad in America and Mad in the UK are jointly publishing a four-part series on...

Science news: Placebo effect for all psychiatric diagnoses “of considerable magnitude”

In a new study, researchers found huge improvements in psychiatric symptoms on placebo alone, particularly...

Professionals to speak up about harm caused by mental health practices at UCC conference

This year's Critical Voices Network Ireland will tackle the subject of ‘iatrogenic harm’ - potentially...

Conflicts of interest: psychiatry under the influence of big pharma?

The President of the College of Psychiatrists of Ireland (CPI), Dr Lorcan Martin, received more...

Children with psychological impacts due to parental problem substance use need dedicated supports

New research carried out in the UK in relation to children who grow up with...

RESEARCH

Led by researchers in Trinity College Dublin, the PROTECT Study, seeks to identify priorities for future research on reducing and stopping psychiatric medications. Interested parties take a survey on questions that users would like to see addressed. Take the survey here.

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