March2Madness

#March2Madness 2018 is on! Vote now!

Who's the most evil? The Scariest movie? Your favorite? No matter what criteria you use, vote for the monster who will win the head-to-head match-up on the way to the Final Four in our #March2Madness tournament.

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MINOTAUR, or Medication Interaction Online Tutorial: with Acronyms to improve User Retention, was invented as a resource for physicians and allied health professionals to identify potential drug-drug interactions.

MINOTAUR

MINOTAUR, or Medication Interaction Online Tutorial: with Acronyms to improve User Retention, was invented as a resource for physicians and allied health professionals to identify potential drug-drug interactions.

31 Days of Halloween

31 Days of Halloween

Join the Department of Psychiatry at Rutgers RWJMS as we get into the minds of films most horrific monsters. Each day we will post our synopsis and insights after having watched the designated movie. Please join us and comment along!

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Dr. Anthony Tobia teaches PSY-FELD 101 at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

PSY-FELD 101

Dr. Anthony Tobia Using Seinfeld, ‘Show About Nothing,’ To Teach Psychiatry at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

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Psychiatry at the Movies

A Rutgers Today article features Dr. Anthony Tobia;s efforts to shed light on mental illness through popular culture

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In the News

Recent news articles featuring Dr. Anthony Tobia and innovative efforts at Robert Wood Johnson to teach Psychiatry.

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Learn about PSY-FELD

PSY-FELD 101: Using Seinfeld to teach Psychiatry at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

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A psychopathology didactic taught as a movie club. REDRUM is the Psychopathology course at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School scheduled during our Department of Psychiatry.

PSY-FELD

In the Division of Psychosomatic Medicine at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, pre-rounds are called PSY-FELD, where we discuss the psychopathology demonstrated in Larry David’s syndicated situational comedy (not that there’s anything wrong with that).

FIDLER

An innovative 1 hoour elective course, Film Depictions to Learn Mental Disease, teaches med students about mental illness through movies and social media.

Wicked Knights is a website dedicated to innovations in medical education and clinical practice. Within these web pages, you will discover various programs housed in the Department of Psychiatry at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School that aim to improve outcomes of students, residents, allied health professionals, and people afflicted with mental illness.

Where the Main Campus Meets Mainstream

From College Avenue, over the Raritan River, to our medical school on the Rutgers Busch Campus, our unique teaching programs integrate art and popular culture into the cutting edge of education. Whether its data presented at national meetings or articles published in medical journals, you will certainly agree that Robert Wood Johnson Medical School offers an educational experience like no other.

Patient-Centered Innovation

If you’re curious as to how a zombie apocalypse or the Minotaur can possibly contribute to improved patient outcomes, you’ve found the right place. Several of our clinical projects are Best Practices at the university and have consistently demonstrated quality improvement in outcomes for the patients we care for.

Killing fields, Cambodia

The Killing Fields are a number of sites in Cambodia where more than a million people were killed and buried by the Khmer Rouge regime during its rule from 1975 to 1979 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khmer_Rouge_Killing_Fields). Related Film: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) was based on a true story (https://www.ranker.com/list/crime-movies-based-on-true-stories/anncasano?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=creepy&utm_campaign=horrific_true_story_movies_IMAGE) The narrative device of Wes Craven’s slasher film, in which knife-for-fingers Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund) kills innocent teenagers in their sleep, is entirely fictionalized. However, Craven based the movie on a Los Angeles Times article. Craven described the idea …

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Erta Ale, Ethiopia

From http://volcano.oregonstate.edu/erta-ale Erta Ale is a remote and rarely visited shield volcano in the Afar region of East Africa. Erta …

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Poveglia Island, Italy

From http://www.travelchannel.com/shows/ghost-adventures/articles/poveglia-islands-haunted-history “In the South Lagoon between Venice and Lido sits the small Italian island of Poveglia that for centuries …

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Capuchin Catacombs

From http://palermo.for91days.com/the-bone-chilling-catacombs-of-the-capuchin-monks/ “Found on the outer limits of the city, the Capuchin catacombs hold the remains of over 8000 souls, …

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Auschwitz Death Camp

Located on a former military base in southern Poland, Auschwitz, the largest of all the Nazi death camps, opened in …

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Odessa Catacombs, Ukraine

The Odessa Catacombs are the backdrop for the tragic tale of Masha, an innocent partygoer who ventured down into the …

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Captain’s Log: Month 1 of The Orville

In Old Wounds (S1E1), we are introduced to the cast of characters who will demonstrate universal themes of the human …

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Snake Island, Brazil

Destination 10: Snake Island, Brazil Off the shore of Brazil lies an island untouched by humans known as “Snake Island.” …

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Darien Gap, Panama

Destination 9: Darien Gap, Panama The Pan-American Highway stretches from Cape Horn, Chile to Alaska with one 90 km break …

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The Boiling Lake, Dominica

Destination 8: The Boiling Lake, Dominica Located in Morne Trois Pitons National Park, Dominica’s Boiling Lake is the second-largest hot …

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The Wall, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands

Destination 7: The Wall, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands The Wall is a two mile vertical drop off to the …

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