“Flipped Classroom” time

Teaching part-time has been a very rewarding experience, but it has not without its challenges. I love getting to that "Aha!" moment of realization in my students and I sometimes think that in order to really get people's attention, one must really "invest" a whole lot, because although they can't help it, these tired and [...]

“How do I say it?”

The challenges of referring patients with mental health issues in primary care to the Psychiatry service (For tonight’s #Healthxph Tweetchat) A few days ago, a respected individual learned announced on his Facebook wall that he was going to throw in the towel, and was going to say goodbye to the world. By virtue of his status update, [...]

Photos: The Patient Stories Track

Last month, I was very fortunate to have had a chance to participate in the #healthxph and Philippine Center for Health Research and Development's collaborative 2nd Philippine Healthcare & Social Media Summit, health at the Philippine International Convention Center in Pasay City,  in April 21, 2016. I was tapped to speak on "The Psychology Behind [...]