Video

When Medical Illnesses Masquerade as Mental Ones
UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine Mini Medical School for the Public, University of California Television (UCTV)
Not all episodes of disturbed or altered behavior can be attributed to purely psychiatric conditions. Many medical problems can present with predominantly behavioral symptoms. Dr. Paul Linde, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at UCSF, explains that to discover the root cause of these so-called "medical mimics," one must start with an "index of suspicion" and continue the investigation with the clinician's basic tools of history, mental status description, physical examination, and diagnostic testing to uncover the potential medical causes of psychiatric symptoms. Putting together the multiple pieces of a clinical puzzle, accomplished in part by creating and considering a differential list of possibilities, is one of the most satisfying tasks for the psychiatric sleuth. Series: "UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine presents Mini Medical School for the Public" [2/2014] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 25803]
Runtime: 88 minutes

Podcasts/Audio

Leading Minds Interview
Monday August 19, 2013
Dr. Linde was interviewed live regarding the fate of the seriously psychiatrically ill under health care reform on the online radio program 'Leading Minds by Dr. David Brendel.' The archived show can be found at http://www.leadingmindsexecutivecoaching.com/radio-show/brendel081913.mp3.

FOGFILES with PETER FINCH
Week of April 24 - Emergency Room Psychiatrist

Dr. Paul Linde works at San Francisco General Hospital in the Psychiatric E-R. He's got some interesting thoughts on how California deals with the mentally ill.
Listen to interview, duration 02'22

Think on KERA, North Texas' Public Television and Radio
On the Front Line with an ER Psychiatrist

What ethical, legal, moral and medical issues are faced by emergency psychiatric caregivers and how do they cope with the stress? We'll talk with Dr. Paul R. Linde who reflects on his professional experiences in the new book.
Interview with Krys Boyd of Think on KERA, North Texas' Public Television and Radio | 02/22/2010.
Listen to the interview: duration 48'46

KQED's Forum January, 8 2010
Guest host Dave Iverson interviews Paul about Danger to Self including live call-ins
Listen to interview, duration 51'58

Booktown December 07, 2009 interview with Paul
Eric Tombs host of Booktown on KVMR 89.5 Nevada City interviews Paul and 2 other UC Press authors.
Listen to the interview, duration 15'24

San Francisco's KCBS News Radio 740 AM, 106.9 FM October 22, 2009
Dr. Paul Linde's interview with the morning anchors on San Francisco's KCBS News Radio 740 AM, 106.9 FM about Danger to Self: On the Front Line with an ER Psychiatrist.
Listen to the interview: Dr. Linde on KCBS, duration 04'33

University of California Press Podcast, October 2009
Podcast series hosted by Chris Gondek for the University of California Press. In this podcast Chris interviews Dr. Paul Linde about his newly released title Danger to Self: On the Front Line with an ER Psychiatrist
Listen to the podcast: UCPress Interview with Dr. Paul Linde, duration - 14'16

Health, Mind, and Body - KALW
Dr. Paul Linde's former radio show exploring points and points of view along the spectrum of healthcare. Interview with Dr. Robert M. Sapolsky about his book A Primate's Memoir: A Neuroscientist's Unconventional Life Among the Baboons
Listen to the podcast: Sapolsky1, part 1 of 2, duration 09'31

Health, Mind, and Body - KALW
Dr. Paul Linde's former radio show exploring points and points of view along the spectrum of healthcare. Interview with Dr. Robert M. Sapolsky about his book A Primate's Memoir: A Neuroscientist's Unconventional Life Among the Baboons
Listen to the podcast: Sapolsky2, part 2 of 2, duration 09'56