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|July 11th. 2013 "The Basis of Psychiatric Evaluation and Treatment" by Dr. Brian Olshansky, M.D.|
|News Releases - Local Events|
|Written by Narveen Aryaputri|
|Tuesday, 09 July 2013 12:32|
“The Basis of Psychiatric Evaluation and Treatment”
July 11th. 2013 Independent Scholars’ Evenings. 7.00 p.m. at 1530 Fifth. Avenue. Moline. IL
Brian Olshansky, MD, FACC, FAHA, FHRS, a board certified clinical cardiac electrophysiologist, is a tenured Professor Emeritus of Medicine at The University of Iowa.
The psychiatry profession has been given a free ride for years concocting mutilating surgeries, inhumane treatment of the “insane” and crippling drugs to control behavior. To date, none of their techniques or medicines have been proven effective for any specific condition.
It is time to rethink the profession and develop sound ways to deal with “mental illness”.
The profession is particularly adept at creating disturbances that appear on the surface to have validity but with a careful look are nothing more than methods to label and disable. Further, they have worked hand in hand with pharmaceutical companies to create new ways to drug, intoxicate and control the public at high expense and at high risk to our society.
The unwitting public has taken the psychiatric profession at face value –Their therapies are potentially deadly and there is little if any real scientific evidence of benefit.
About the author:
Dr. Olshansky graduated from Carleton College, completed his MD at the University of Arizona, residency training in Internal Medicine at Bellevue/NYU Hospitals, Cardiology Fellowship training at The University of Iowa, and Electrophysiology Fellowship training at the University of Alabama-Birmingham. Following training, Dr. Olshansky has been a faculty member at the University of Alabama, Case Western Reserve University and Loyola University before returning to The University of Iowa. He has directed electrophysiology laboratories and training programs at Loyola University Medical Center and University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics using state-of-the-art techniques .
Dr. Olshansky is known for his diversity of interests ranging from cardiac electrophysiology to holistic issues regarding medical care and the doctor-patient relationship.
He has taught ethics to medical students and has been listed as one of the “Best Doctors in America” for many years.
He has lectured internationally and has been a visiting professor at institutions throughout the world. His goal is to help improve medical care to patients throughout the world.
Dr. Olshansky’s research interests are extensive. He has been involved in numerous clinical trials and has published over 200 peer-reviewed manuscripts (a total of over 400 manuscripts, including non-peer-reviewed manuscripts, reviews, e-publications, slide series and editorials), over 200 abstracts, 45 chapters and three books.
Independent Scholars Evenings. 7.00 p.m. Thursday.
1530 Fifth Avenue. Moline. Illinois 309-762-9202 or 762-8547
Doors open at 6.30 p.m.
Dress code: business casual.
Elevators are located through the 16th Street entrance. Please call. The 16th. St. doors are closed after 7.00 p.m. for security reasons.
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