Fourth Open Letter to the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Valle, Cali, Colombia.

Yes, indeed.

This will be a very short letter:

I.

“One of the nation’s most influential psychiatrists earned more than $2.8 million in consulting arrangements with drug makers from 2000 to 2007, failed to report at least $1.2 million of that income to his university and violated federal research rules, according to documents provided to Congressional investigators.”… 

II. Dr. Gerardo Campo and Dr. Carlos Miranda.
1. Why Charles Nemeroff was invited as one of the key speakers at the XXVIII Congress APAL-ACP at Cartagena, Colombia?
2. Why the list of sponsors of this congress remains undisclosed to the public opinion and hidden behind a wall of silence?
Bienvenido al XXVIII Congreso APAL 2014 - Cartagena de Indias, Colombia (1)
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Propublica  “Mental Health Providers Score Highest in Intensity of Office Visits”   Chaos Theory and Pharmacology

IV. I am curious: why the four lectures presented by me to the 1st-year residents of psychiatry were not properly evaluated during my tenure track? It is a bit confusing because I believe the role of students was to fill the evaluation form of my teaching skills instead of performing a psychiatric interview of their professor in company of another psychiatrist (Dr. Henry Valencia – Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Valle).

V. I am curious, where are the 12 satisfactory professors of the Dpto. of Psychiatry at the University of Valle? 
VI. This is an invitation to dialog.

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