- Professor David Kupfer, head of the DSM-5 taskforce responds to the NIMH statement here (with a write-up here).
- The Observer features a debate between psychiatrist Professor Simon Wessely and psychologist Dr Oliver James.
- The BBC programme ‘All in the Mind‘ features an interview with Professor Simon Wessely about the anticipated impact of DSM-5 in the UK.
- There is a look at the launch of DSM-5 at the Shrink Rap blog
- Psychiatrist Dr Allen Frances writes at New Scientist about the NIMH statement about the research strategy (see here also) and the history of debate about DSM-5.
- Dr Charles Parker looks at the NIMH statement in relation to DSM-5 at the CorePsych blog.
- Ferris Jabr writes at Scientific American about how the NIMH strategy will mean a shift for DSM.
- Jamie Doward at the Guardian writes about the recent response from the British Psychological Society to DSM-5
- At the Psychiatric Times there is a look at a new mobile phone app for DSM-V
- There is a look at the NIMH statement in relation to DSM-V at MIT Technology Review
- Dr David Shaffer writes about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) here.
- There is a detailed response to the NIMH statement at the ‘Boring Old Man 1‘ blog.
Dementia Awareness Week 2013 takes place on the week of May 19-25th.
The Freudian Clip Film Club in conjunction with Dr Raj Persaud is presenting the ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ on May 28th in London (for details see here).
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