Forensic Psychiatry: From Insanity Acquittees to Emotional Injury Cases and Custody Evaluations Podcast
The Questions for today:
“Do doctors really wear lab coats?”
Simple- Yes. Nils goes on to talk about attending doctors have a long lab coat while doctors in training have a short one.
“What is the best part of being a cop and being a doctor?”
Matt talks about why he enjoys being a cop and Nils speaks on why he enjoys being a doctor. They also discuss how once retired you can still be a doctor but you are no longer a cop and this can create some identity crisis.
“What is a pet peeve that people ask or say because of your jobs?”
Listen to hear what Matt and Nils say are the most common things said to them because of their profession.
Music used in this episode is the song Cheese by David Szesztay from the Free Music Archive.
CIT ECHO Session on Forensic Psychiatry
Dr. Bridget McCoy teaches us about forensic psychiatry and how it is used. This was a presentation done on 9/04/2018 and you can see more here.
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