Syllabi and Readings
Integrative Health In Psychiatry: A Curriculum
For Psychiatry Residents
Course Director: Lorin Boynton, M.D.
The following is a list of the articles and handouts created and compiled
by Lorin Boynton, M.D. and Katherine Babington, M.D. as a teaching tool
for psychiatry residents.
In order to download and print some of the articles and handouts below
you will need to have Adobe
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HEALTH IN PSYCHIATRY CURRICULUM
Integrative Health/Complementary & Alternative Medicine:
and Alternative Medicine Introduction
Ruggie M. Mainstreaming
complementary therapies: new directions in health care. Health Affairs
2005; 24(4): 980-990.
Astin JA. Why
patients use alternative medicine. JAMA 1998; 279(19): 1548-1553.
Integrative Health Resources
Mind-Body Medicine Introduction
Segal Z, Teasdale J. Prevention
of relapse/recurrence in major depression by mindfulness-based cognitive
therapy. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 2000; 68(4):615-623.
Epstein R. Mindful
Practice. JAMA 1999; 282(9):833-839.
Tips for Living Well
and Mental Health
Vitamin D review
(David Mischoulon, MD, PhD)
Bell I, Koithan M. Models for the study of whole systems. Integrative Cancer Therapies 2006; 5(4): 293-307
Freeman MP, et al. Omega-3
fatty acids: evidence basis for treatment and future research in psychiatry.
J Clin Psychiatry 2006; 67: 1954-1967.
Bent, Stephen, Ko, Richard. Commonly
used herbal medicines in the United States: A review. The American
Journal of Medicine 2004; 116: 478-485.
Fatty Acids and Depression
Medicine in Psychiatry: An Osteopathic Perspective
Korr, IM. Osteopathic
principles for basic scientists. JAOA 1987; 87(7): 513-515.
Van Buskirk, RL. Nociceptive
reflexes and the somatic dysfunction: A model. JAOA 1990; 90(9):
Oriental Medicine (AOM)
Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine: A
Traditional Chinese Medicine
(TCM) and the Treatment of Mental Health Disorders
Kaptchuk, TJ. Acupuncture:
Theory, efficacy, and practice. Annals of Internal Medicine 2002;
Oriental Medicine Resources
Food & Mood
O'Keefe J, Cordain L. Cardiovascular
disease resulting from a diet and lifestyle at odds with our paleolithic
genome: How to become a 21st-century hunter-gatherer. Mayo Clin
Proc 2004; 79, 101-108.
Pollan M, "Our
National Eating Disorder", New York Times 17 October 2004.
What Do the Labels Mean?
Mayo Clinic. Whole
grains: Hearty options for a healthy diet. Retrieved July 21, 2009
of Selected Fruits and Vegetables
Nutrient Dense Shopping
Eight Ways to Be Mindful
about Filling Your Belly
Nutrition for R3
Caring for yourself
is Not Optional
Novack DH, Epstein RM, Paulsen RH. Toward
creating physician-healers: fostering medical students' self awareness,
personal growth, and well-being. Acad Med 1999; 74: 516-520.
Cohen, JJ. Viewpoint:
Linking Professionalism to Humanism: What It Means, Why It Matters.
Acad Med 2007; 82(11): 1040-2446.
Self Care Resources