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Dr. James R. Phelps

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Section Editor On Bipolar Disorde...

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Psychiatric Times
2801 McGaw Ave.
Irvine , California 92614
United States

Company Description: Psychiatric Times, a CMP Healthcare Media publication, is a monthly tabloid newsmagazine delivering independent journalism to more than 39,000 patient-care...   more

Employment History

  • Editorial Advisory Board Director
  • M.D.Medical Director
  • Publisher
  • Director of the Mood Disorders Program
    Samaritan Mental Health
  • President
    Moore DP LLC

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  • MD
  • M.D.
  • M.D. McGraw-Hill
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The attached image is from which is run by Dr. Jim Phelps.
James Phelps, MD, is Director of the Mood Disorders Program at Samaritan Mental Health in Corvallis, Ore. His Web site,, gathers no information on visitors and produces no income for him or others. He is the author of Why Am I Still Depressed? Recognizing and Managing the Ups and Downs of Bipolar II and Soft Bipolar Disorder (New York: McGraw-Hill; 2006), from which he receives royalties. Dr Phelps stopped accepting honoraria from pharmaceutical companies in 2008. - See more at:
He is the section editor on Bipolar Disorder for the Psychiatric Times.
Why am I still depressed? Recognizing and managing the ups and downs of bipolar II and soft bipolar disorder by Jim Phelps, M.D., 1 Jan 2010 [cached]
Jim Phelps, M.D. McGraw-Hill, 2006 .
In Why am I Still Depressed , psychiatrist and author Jim Phelps, M.D., a leading authority on bipolar disorder, provides practical knowledge for those who live with bipolarity, their loved ones and medical practitioners.
Dr. Phelps writes in a conversational style, but backs up his information with solid science. He gives you the latest tools and knowledge so you can:
Dr. Phelps suggests that instead of asking "Am I bipolar?
Jim Phelps, MD is a practicing psychiatrist in Corvallis, OR, and a leading authority on bipolar disorder. He publishes the website, a comprehensive source of information on bipolar disorder for consumers and professionals and heads an International Society for Bipolar Disorders subcommittee on diagnosis of the bipolar spectrum. Dr. Phelps has been published in numerous professional publications. He serves as an editorial advisor to Moodletter.
"I'm deeply disappointed," says ..., 1 Mar 2011 [cached]
"I'm deeply disappointed," says psychiatrist Jim Phelps, MD., Samaritan Mental Health, Corvallis, Oregon.
Jim Phelps, MD, Samaritan Mental Health, Corvallis, Oregon, author of Why Am I Still Depressed?, Editorial Advisory Board Director, Moodletter, Inc.
You can read about this research ..., 3 Dec 2013 [cached]
You can read about this research in Bipolar disorder - Light and darkness by Jim Phelps, MD, Psycheducation.
LD OnLine, 16 April 2001 [cached]
The ability of visitors to trust that the information on a medical Web site is accurate is apparently an important concept to the founder of , Jim Phelps , MD , a psychiatrist at Samaritan Mental Health in Corvallis , Ore..
A Washington Post story on the trustworthiness of medical Web sites merely kicks off the trust discussion.Dr. Phelps devotes a whole page to the integrity of his site , going as far as to encourage its visitors to be as skeptical as you want and ask questions , wonder out loud..It proudly boasts right under its main flag that the information contained on the site is written in plain English , and also trumpets that no advertising is accepted.
Dr. Phelps also proudly declares that the site was started with no funding , yet acknowledges that he has since asked for and received a grant from Abbott Laboratories.They make Depakote [ divalproex sodium ] , which you'll see we use a lot , though it's not without its problems , he candidly writes.
Despite its broad title , is dedicated to providing current information on bipolar II disorder.The Guide for Patients and Families page includes good descriptions of diagnosis and treatment of the disorder , as well as printable copies of handouts on drug therapies Dr. Phelps himself distributes to his patients.Visitors can also sign up for e-mailed updates , or e-mail queries directly to Dr. Phelps.
The Guide for Healthcare Providers addresses primary care management , destabilizing factors in the treatment of bipolar II , and mood-stabilizing drugs , as well as mood stabilization without medication.The site also answers important questions , such as how to treat a suicidal patient in a primary care office.All in all , this is an informative site that wears its integrity on its sleeve.Not a bad thing in this case.
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