MedWorks Media Inc. is a digital & print publisher of some of the most prominent science education journals and special educational projects, which circulate to more psychiatrists, psychopharmacologists, and the larger medical community than any other publisher in the field. Medworks' goal is to bridge cutting-edge psychiatric medicine with clinical practice, thus, meeting the highest digital standards in both medical journalism and electronic marketing. All GradWorks Special Projects are Subject to Medical Updates & are Available for Sponsorship via Unrestricted Educational Grant.
Medworks Media Inc. was founded in 1994 by it's publisher, James M. La Rossa Jr.. It's flagship journal, Psychopharmacology Bulletin (Thase, M.E.), has been in the Medworks library since 1999. Medworks other journals include T.E.N.- Trends in Evidence-Based Neuropsychiatry (Weissman, M), Mental Fitness (Yonkers, K), Psiquiatria y Salud Integral (Psychiatry and Integral Health, Mezzich, J), and a cancer journal, Oncology Spectrums (Von Hoff, D; Bootman, L), which specializes in integrated cancer medicine. La Rossa also founded Primary Psychiatry (1994) and CNS Spectrums (1997), two of the first psychiatric journals of their kind, both of which he sold in 2004.
Medworks has the ability to tap into multiple mediums to effectively reach office and hospital-based physicians. Medwork's readers are a diverse group of professionals — from medical residents, psychiatric nurses and general practitioners — to the most heralded neuroscientists and physicians.
Medworks's GradWORKS special projects division is the publisher of numerous reference tools, monographs, and premium clinical educational handouts for physicians, in both English and Spanish.
James M. La Rossa Jr. - Publisher and Editorial Director
James M. La Rossa Jr., a seasoned journalist and publisher, was born and raised in New York City. He s a member of the New York Academy of Sciences. Before he left New York for California, he headed the Executive Committee of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, a group comprised of neuroscientists and pharmaceutical industry executives dedicated to the research and prevention of suicide. James La Rossa is on the President’s Advisory Council of Phoenix House, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation group for adolescents and young adults. He is a member of the World Psychiatric Association, a vested member of the American Civil Liberties Union, and a member of Amnesty International. He was educated at Sarah Lawrence College, the University of London and Fordham Law School.
Psychopharmacology Bulletin is Medworks' flagship journal. Psychopharmacology Bulletin is a trademark of MedWorks Media Inc., Los Angeles, CA. Psychopharmacology Bulletin is indexed in Index Medicus, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, Psychological Abstracts, Current Contents, Science Citation Index, SCOPUS, and Biological Abstracts under Psychopharmacol Bull.
Psychopharmacology Bulletin is a peer-reviewed medical journal available through subscription only. Permission to reproduce articles in whole or part must be obtained in writing from the publisher. Opinions and views expressed by authors are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the MedWorks Media founder and publisher James M. La Rossa Jr., the editor Dr. Michael E. Thase, or the editorial advisory board.
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