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The relationship between psychiatry and religion among U.S. physicians.
Religion, spirituality, and medicine: psychiatrists' and other physicians' differing observations, interpretations, and clinical approaches.
Physicians' beliefs about faith-based treatments for alcoholism.
Physicians' Beliefs about the nature of addiction: a survey of primary care physicians and psychiatrists.
Primary care physicians' and psychiatrists' approaches to treating mild depression.
Religion and beliefs about treating medically unexplained symptoms: a survey of primary care physicians and psychiatrists.
A spiritual problem? Primary care physicians' and psychiatrists' interpretations of medically unexplained symptoms.
Religion, sense of calling, and the practice of medicine: findings from a national survey of primary care physicians and psychiatrists.
Psychiatrists' and primary care physicians' beliefs about overtreatment of depression and anxiety.
Primary care physicians' and psychiatrists' willingness to refer to religious mental health providers.
Physician race and treatment preferences for depression, anxiety, and medically unexplained symptoms.
Whistle-blowing in Medical School: A National Survey on Peer Accountability and Professional Misconduct in Medical Students.
The Association Between a Sense of Calling and Physician Well-Being: A National Study of Primary Care Physicians and Psychiatrists.
Personality Traits Are Associated with Academic Achievement in Medical School: A Nationally Representative Study.