Welcome to The Art of Medicine, the program that explores the arts, business, and clinical aspects of the practice of medicine! I’m your host, Dr. Andrew Wilner.
Today, I have the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Awais Aftab. Dr. Aftab is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.
In medical school, my favorite professor was a psychiatrist, and I’ve interviewed several psychiatrists for “The Art of Medicine.”
Dr. Awais was introduced to me by Dr. Ronald Pies, a renowned psychiatrist and author whom I interviewed on “The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner” for Episode #63:
I’ve asked Dr. Aftab to discuss a strange phenomenon in our society—the opposition to psychiatry as a legitimate medical and scientific practice. Dr. Aftab will delve into this topic and offer suggestions on how psychiatrists and patients can better cope with those who don’t believe in psychiatry!
Please watch this 30-minute interview with Dr. Awais Aftab about modern psychiatry.
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