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Lessons from DSM-5

  Allen Frances - Professor Emeritus and former Chair, Department of Psychiatry, Duke University. Chair DSM IV Task Force

Volume 2, Issue 1, 2015, Pages 177-180

Lessons from DSM-5

Table of Contents
Lesson 1: Ambition Rideth Before the Fall
Lesson 2: Secrecy Comes At a High Price
Lesson 3: Criticism Can Be Constructive
Lesson 4: Changes Can Do More Harm than Good
Lesson 5: Don't Let the Fox Guard the Henhouse
Lesson 6: Preventive Psychiatry Is Not Ready for Prime Time
Lesson 7: Methods Matter
Lesson 8: You Can’t Leave the Writing to Amateurs
Lesson 9: DSM's Have Become Too Important
Lesson 10: Big Pharma Sells DSM Ills to Sell Pills
Lesson 11: Psychiatric Diagnosis Takes Time and Expertise
Lesson 12: Insurance Shouldn't Force a Rush to Judgement
Lesson 13: ICD 11 Should Heed the DSM 5 Lessons
Lesson 14: DSM's Are Not Official
Lesson 15: DSM 5 Is a Public Trust, Not an APA Cash Cow
Lesson 16: Who Should Be In Charge Here?

Correspondence to
Professor Allen Frances

DSM-5; psychiatric classification

Received 10 Oct 2013; Revised 10 Oct 2013; Accepted 17 Feb 2014; In Press 14 Feb 2015

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