My scholarly activities within psychiatry have been primarily related to Alzheimer’s disease, technology and the educational applications of film in the area of mental health. These include refereed publications, edited books, CD-ROMS, book chapters, edited symposia, editorials and abstracts. Illustrative titles include:
Karlinsky H. The Horse Boy – Attending to the Stories Our Patients Tell Us, Academic Psychiatry 2013; 37:271–275
Karlinsky H. The Impact of a Mental Health Film Series on Stigma and Knowledge. 4th International Conference ‘People wth Disabilities’ June 22, 2009. Athens, Greece.
Karlinsky H. Psychiatry,Technology and the Corn Fields of Iowa.. Canadian Psychiatric Association Journal. 49: 1-3, 2004.
Karlinsky H. Doc Hollywood North: Part II. The Clinical Applications of Movies in Psychiatry. Canadian Psychiatric Association Bulletin. 35: No 2. 14-16. 2003
Karlinsky H. Doc Hollywood North: Part I. The Educational Applications of Movies in Psychiatry. Canadian Psychiatric Association Bulletin. 35: No 1, 9-12. 2003
Karlinsky H. Telepsychiatry: A Canadian Perspective on Program Design and Implementation. 2002 Annual Mtg American Psychiatric Association. Philadelphia, USA. May 22, 2002.
Berg JM, Karlinsky H, Holland AD (editors): Alzheimer’s Disease, Down’s Syndrome, And Their Relationship. Oxford University Press. Oxford, 1993.
Berg JM, Karlinsky H, Lowy F (editors): Alzheimer’s Disease Research: Ethical and Legal Issues. Carswell, Toronto, 1991.