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Book Review

Psychiatry in the New Millennium

Michael H. Ebert

Published: September 1, 2001

Article Abstract

From our regular book review column.

Psychiatry is a field of clinical medicine that is in great flux as we begin the new millennium. Its boundaries are uncertain, shading into neuroscience, primary care, neurology, and psychology. Its economic base is also uncertain, although well-trained psychiatrists appear to be earning robust incomes in most geographic areas of the United States. Psychiatry in the New Millennium is a welcome addition to the psychiatric literature given the above uncertainties.

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