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If you are checking in here in your personal capacity or on behalf of someone close to you, but not as a professional, still consider yourself to be a stakeholder. You have a vested interested in how the human mind works and you have taken up the responsibility to find out what can be done and what needs to be done, particularly in an emergency and during times of crisis. Of course, it goes without saying that this online resource center remains invaluable to all professionals.
If you have a professional interest in the resources here, you are not necessarily directly associated or involved with the disciplines of psychology, psychiatry and neuroscience. In your capacity as a medical professional, and you need not be a qualified doctor, it is in your best interest and those of your patients to get involved and learn more. There will be times when you will need to make decisions on your feet long before a specialist can be reached.
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