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Nashville child psychiatrist Dr. Raju Indukuri allowed to prescribe; remains on probation


March 15th, 2024 BY CCHR Nashville

Dr. Raju Venkata Indukuri, a child psychiatrist operating out of Nashville, Tennessee, was disciplined by the Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners in January, 2023. At that time, the Department of Health investigated his practice and found that: [Raju Indukuri] provided treatment that included prescribing benzodiazepines, buprenorphine, and other medications and controlled substances in amounts and/or […]

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Dr. Jon Draud of Nashville Reprimanded


June 15th, 2023 BY CCHR Nashville

Dr. Jon W. Draud, 57, of Nashville was publicly reprimanded by the Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners and ordered to pay $2500.00 in fines.

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Involuntary Mental Health Treatment Did Not Result in Improved Patient Outcomes or Lower Risk of Death, Researchers Say


March 20th, 2023 BY CCHR Nashville

The World Health Organization also cites no proven benefit, but significant evidence of harm from coercive mental health treatment. WASHINGTON, DC, March 15, 2023 — Laws permitting involuntary commitment or treatment at a psychiatric facility under certain circumstances are meant to prevent mentally disordered individuals from deteriorating further or harming themselves or others. However, research […]

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Healthy Volunteers Given Antidepressants Experienced Emotional Blunting and Sexual Problems, Study Says


March 9th, 2023 BY CCHR Nashville

The debilitating emotional and sexual conditions linked to antidepressants could worsen patients’ depression, researchers say.

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Source of “Scientific Racism” in America Revealed in Black History Month Presentation by DC Human Rights Group


March 1st, 2023 BY CCHR Nashville

American associations of psychiatrists and psychologists have admitted their members’ long-standing racism, still deeply ingrained in their practices.

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