Letters to the Editor
Don't Forget D.O.s
Psychiatric News
Volume 43 Number 20 page 25-25

I just wanted to say I enjoy reading Psychiatric News. The articles are very informative and useful for my practice. I do have one concern, however. There appear to be a number of articles in each issue that have headlines such as "Black M.D.s Hope AMA Apology Leads to Better Care for Minorities" and "German M.D.s Largely Praise Country's Insurance System."

These are great articles, but they seem to overlook the number of D.O.s who were probably associated with them as well. Please remember us D.O.s in your articles and have language such as physicians or psychiatrists instead of D.O. or M.D. This would go a long way in helping to end the confusion in many people's minds that psychiatrists are only M.D.s.

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