Psychiatry at the Margins is a newsletter about exploring critical, philosophical, and scientific debates in psychiatric practice and the psy-sciences. I am Awais Aftab, a psychiatrist in the US who is active in these debates as a clinician, educator, scholar, and writer (learn more about me here).
I started this newsletter in November 2022. If you are new to it, you can start with some of the posts linked below. You can also see “top posts” in the archive, as determined by the Substack algorithm.
A New Reanalysis of STAR*D Data (for paid subscribers)
Guest Posts (Examples):
I post links to a curated selection of online articles and stories about once a month. These posts are for paid subscribers with a preview available for free subscribers. I also occasionally share quotes/passages from books/articles that I find interesting and thought-provoking. Examples:
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See this post for an introduction to Psychiatry at the Margins.
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