A year ago, we published our first post on historypsychiatry.wordpress.com. Soon, an editorial board was set up and h-madness found its place in the blogosphere. In the last year, we have published 207 posts, this one included. We have had 53 000 page views – the busiest day having been March 17, 2010 when we launched our discussion on DSM-V. We plan on forging ahead and encourage our readers to initiate discussions about our posts through comments. We would also like to thank all the authors of the last year. Here are some statistics (for the geeks out there).
- Top five posts
- DSM-V: Getting Closer to Pathologizing Everyone? by Alan Horwitz
- Review: Shutter Island by Sarah Birge
- A Moment of Crisis in the History of American Psychiatry by Hannah S. Decker
- DSM-V: Continuing the Confusion about Aging, Alzheimer’s and Dementia by Jesse Ballenger
- DSM V et dérives de la démocratie : quelques observations d’un clinicien inquiet by Christophe Adam
- Top referrers
- Google Reader
- Top five countries
- United States (30%)
- United Kingdom (16%)
- Canada (11%)
- France (7%)
- Germany (5%)
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