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  • The Trial of Convoy PQ17 and the Royal Navy in Post-War British Cultural Memory. [Journal Article]
    20 Century Br Hist 2019Houghton F
  • This article explores the 1970 case of Broome v. Cassell & Co. in which an elderly wartime naval officer was awarded unprecedented damages for defamation in David Irving's account of the sinking of wartime Allied convoy PQ17 in 1942. The article examines the discourses and images deployed in this landmark British libel action, as a means of analysing how cultural memories of convoy PQ17 and the w…
  • Social media guidelines: a review for health professionals and faculty members. [Journal Article]
    Clin Teach 2019Hennessy CM, Smith CF, … Ferns G
  • CONCLUSIONS: The guidelines predominantly focus on the risks of using social media. Although this is necessary, it is likely to inhibit the exploration of the potential uses of social media in health care education and practice. All of the guidance documents from governing bodies encourage the use of social media to engage with patients and to network with colleagues; however, there is relatively little practical guidance on how to use social media as a health professional. This article offers some practical advice for faculty members who wish to run development sessions on how to use social media for professional purposes. … there is relatively little practical guidance on how to use social media as a health professional.
  • Were our critics right about the Stasi? [Journal Article]
    Politics Life Sci 2019; 38(1):32-61Geissler E, Sprinkle RH
  • CONCLUSIONS: The HIV-from-Fort-Detrick myth, most effectively promoted by Jakob Segal acting independently of any state's security service, was not, contrary to claims, a Stasi success.
  • StatPearls: Defamation [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Gossman William G. WG Creighton University Varacallo Matthew M Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Kentucky School of Medicine BOOK
  • Case Report A 33-year old female underwent elective breast augmentation and botulinum toxin injections 2 weeks ago. After the dressing came off, she was not satisfied with the result. The surgeon had told her she had to wait until the swelling and edema subsided, only then would she see the cosmetic benefits. The patient went on social media and posted negative reviews about the surgeon. She clai…
  • Perception of sexual ramification among women toward male doctors in today's Indian society. [Journal Article]
    Transl Behav Med 2018; 8(5):771-775Nagarajappa R, Bapat S, … Jain H
  • The objective of the study was to assess the perception of women patients toward attitude of health professionals who have undergone physical examination.A descriptive cross-sectional study was conducted among 1,257 women. A self-administered structured questionnaire comprising of 16 questions was designed to assess perception of patients toward attitude of health professionals.Mean perception sc…
  • Confronting online social aggression in Hong Kong: A wake-up call. [Review]
    Int J Law Psychiatry 2017 Sep - Oct; 54:1-15Ong R
  • Online bullying as a form of online aggression is an increasingly growing phenomenon that is experienced by all age groups. Apart from the use of technology, online bullying shares the same attributes as conventional bullying. This includes a power imbalance vis-a-vis the bully and the victim and the victims' feeling of helplessness. Its impact however, is greater resulting in severe psychologica…
  • Liability for Diagnosing Malingering. [Journal Article]
    J Am Acad Psychiatry Law 2017; 45(3):339-347Weiss KJ, Van Dell L
  • Malingering is a medical diagnosis, but not a psychiatric disorder. The label imputes that an evaluee has intentionally engaged in false behavior or statements. By diagnosing malingering, psychiatrists pass judgment on truthfulness. Evaluees taking exception to the label may claim that the professional has committed defamation of character (libel or slander) when the diagnosis is wrong and costs …
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