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    MDLinx
    MDLinx Psychiatry is your one-stop shop for the peer-reviewed journal articles published in your field. We sort, rank and summarize the literature within 24 hours so you can stay current without drowning in those piles of Current Psychiatry, Bipolar Disorders, and American Journal of Psychiatry. Also find bonus content like clinical pearls from The Smartest Psychiatrist Physician Review and daily quiz competition. Not sure where to start? Skim some of the recent must read articles highlighted by our own physician editor D. Scott Cunningham, MD, PhD.
    http://www.mdlinx.com/ - 6-Feb-2013 - Hits: 29 - Rate This | Details
    Mom Psych Top Rated
    Psychology studies can seem confusing and contradictory. Mom Psych takes research news one step further, carefully placing the puzzle pieces in context to make them more relevant to you, your family, your workplace and your world.
    http://www.mom-psych.com/ - 26-Oct-2012 - Hits: 119 - Rate This | Details
    PsycheVisual.com
    The psyche in health and illness is an innovative approach to adult learning in the fields of psychology, psychiatry and mental health care. Users will find papers and multimedia presentations easy to access and are given a wide range of material of value to professionals and to the interested public. The access to the content of this site is by subscription, on a pay per view or pay to download basis.
    http://www.Psychevisual.com - 18-Sep-2008 - Hits: 53 - Rate This | Details
    Psychpage.Com Top Rated
    Psychpage.Com has resources for clinical psychology students and professionals, technology related information (like about HIPAA), help creating your own class Web site, and even its own start page with links to psychology news, search engines, and tools.
    http://www.psychpage.com/ - 27-Feb-2004 - Hits: 357 - Rate This | Details
    Quality of Information
    You can find a lot of information on the Internet. In general, that's good, but it does also leave you with the task of separating the wheat from the chaff. Before you act on something you read -- even if you read it here :-) -- take a moment first to consider the quality of that information. You probably already do that automatically to some extent, but the links below may also help.
    http://www.dr-bob.org/quality.html - 1-Jan-2006 - Hits: 77 - Rate This | Details


 

 

 


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