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Cultural Psychiatry and Racial Disparities - Shared screen with speaker view
jerome siegmeister
24:21
yes
Elizabeth Crocco
25:25
Great Job Shumaia!
Elizabeth Crocco
25:33
Thanks so much for doing this!
Shumaia Rahman
26:44
happy to help!
Elizabeth Crocco
54:39
Question: It is common now for clinicians to use psychiatric scales to evaluate patients. Can you comment on how relable they are cross-culturally?
Shumaia Rahman
01:12:16
How do you recommend that we approach patients who express distress because they think that the ongoing civil rights activities are destroying our heritage?
Lujain Alhajji
01:15:15
How do you approach cultural practices that may potentially be harmful for patients?
Feras Alkharboush, MD
01:15:36
can suggest ways to navigate instances when a seemingly psychotic content might be cultural? how to clarify the diagnosis?
Feras Alkharboush, MD
01:15:50
can you suggest*
Sung Min Ma
01:18:31
There has been recent studies reviewing empirical literature on diagnosis of psychotic disorder. What it showed was that African Americans and Latino patients were diagnosed with psychotic disorder several times more than their Caucasian counterparts. No genetic evidence indicating a true increase in prevalence in this population. The reasons may be quite complicated. In addition to employing CFI, could you tell us a little about how we as psychiatrists approach this problem?
Kristi Wintermeyer
01:24:29
thank you!
Caleb Combs
01:24:30
Thank you
Cody Bryant
01:24:33
Thank you Dr. Lu.
Maria Hadjikyriakou
01:24:36
Thank you!
Bryan Morales
01:24:38
Thank you!
Lujain Alhajji
01:24:39
Thank you, Dr. Lu! And thank you Dr. Rahman and Dr. Espinel for this great series!
Valentina Metsavaht CarĂ¡
01:24:40
Thank you
Keneil Brown
01:24:45
thank you