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From [email protected] Tue Dec  1 22:33:43 1992
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From: [email protected] (Lamont Granquist)
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Having reviewed the comments, I'm proposing the creation of the
above newsgroup, sci.med.psychiatry.  Reasons for the name:

1) The alt distribution is limited, and I'd like to welcome more
   technical discussion to it.
2) A combination neurology + psychiatry newsgroup seems to compose two
   somewhat seperate fields, and there seems to be enough demand for
   the psychiatry newsgroup on its own.
3) It (hopefully) would not attract the same frivolous postings that a
   newsgroup specifying "depression" in the name would.
4) I had to pick something.
 
The group would welcome discussion about any psychiatric disorders --
causes, indications, treatment, research, etc.  It should be limited mostly
to discussion of conditions treatible with pharmaceuticals, or that might
fall under the domain of psychiatry -- other threads should go to
sci.psychology.  Discussion of the structure of the brain + nervous
system that has relevance to psychiatry and psychiatric disorders would
be appropriate.  Announcement + discussion of new drugs or new applications
of old drugs would be something that would be encouraged.  And (IMHO) it
should be suggested that threads about "Toxic Psychiatry" should either
go to the new newsgroup about natural medicine, or sci.med.  (Either that
or I think we should create talk.politics.psychiatry...=).

Okay, I've stuck my neck out with my ideas....  sharpen your cleavers...
-- 
Lamont Granquist  [email protected]
  "When dogma enters the brain, all intellectual activity ceases."
                                      -- Robert Anton Wilson

From [email protected] Sun Aug 29 22:39:48 1993
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From: [email protected] (Robert G. Ruegg)
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Subject: RFD: sci.med.psychiatry
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Creation of the unmoderated group sci.med.psychiatry

This is the formal RFD pursuant to prior informal inquiries about how to
create this prospective newsgroup. 
 
Charter
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sci.med.psychiatry will be a common forum for discussions and
announcements among those interested in such scientific aspects of
psychiatry as:
-psychobiology, 
-psychopharmacology, 
-inheritance of psychiatric illness, 
-behavioral genetics,
-psychoneurobiology, 
-neuropsychiatry, 
-neuropsychology, 
-psychoneuroendocrinology
-psychoneuroimmunology
-psychosomatics
-somatization disorder
-psychiatric education and training
-research support and funding
-research training
etc.
 
I personally would like to see the following issues appear in *another
forum* in *another hierarchy* since they are not specifically scientific.
However, I would not vote against a charter which included them if the
majority so wished.
-stigma
-liaison with the rest of medicine
-liaison with the public
-government/policy issues
-RVBS and other reimbursement issues
-etc. 
 
 
Rationale
---------
 
1) It is tedious and inconvenient to sort through the 500 or so articles
which appear on sci.med every few days for the ones related to psychiatry.
 
2) If a more concentrated and focused gathering of minds can occur, 
     a) we, as a discipline, can more efficiently process and integrate
new discoveries and ideas, and
     b) we may reach a "critical mass" and be capable of generating
seminal new ideas in a way not possible elsewhere.  
 
 
Summary 
-------
(liberally plagiarized and adapted from the postings of Ron Dippold)
 
sci.med.psychiatry will be an important step in linking everyone
interested in scientific psychiatry together.  Professionals can exchange
clinical information, research ideas, news, events, techniques, and get
feedback from people interested in psychiatry.  Everyone interested in
psychiatry can also get up-to-date information about clinical psychiatry,
psychiatry research, organized psychiatry gatherings, and more.  To
accomplish all of these goals with the thousands of psychiatry
professionals all over the globe, the creation of sci.med.psychiatry is
essential.

From [email protected] Tue Oct  5 13:07:23 1993
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From: [email protected] (Robert G. Ruegg)
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Subject: RFD: sci.med.psychobiology
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Creation of the unmoderated group sci.med.psychobiology
 
This is a revised repost of the RFD posted originally on 8/30/93 about
sci.med.psychiatry.
 
In order to minimize overlap with sci.psychology, I am proposing the name
of this proposed newsgroup be sci.med.psychobiology. Others have pointed
out the overlap problem and have proposed such names as sci.med.psych and
sci.med.brain.  I understand that sci.med.brain was proposed in the past,
but defeated, perhaps because neurology or neurosurgery felt that term
overlapped their turf.  Therefore this RFD.
 
Cross-posted to:
news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.med,sci.psychology,
bionet.neuroscience,sci.med.pharmacy,bit.listserve.psycgrad

 
Charter
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sci.med.psychobiology will be a common forum for discussions and
announcements among those interested in such scientific aspects of
psychiatry and psychobiology as:
-clinical psychiatry, 
-psychobiology, 
-psychopharmacology, 
-inheritance of psychiatric illness, 
-behavioral genetics,
-psychoneurobiology, 
-neuropsychiatry, 
-neuropsychology, 
-psychoneuroendocrinology
-psychoneuroimmunology
-psychosomatics
-somatization disorder
-psychiatric education and training
-research support and funding
-research training
etc.
 
I personally would like to see the following issues appear in *another
forum* in *another hierarchy* since they are not specifically scientific.
However, I would not vote against a charter which included them if the
majority so wished.
-stigma
-liaison with the rest of medicine
-liaison with the public
-government/policy issues
-RVBS and other reimbursement issues
-etc. 
 
 
Rationale
---------
 
1) It is tedious and inconvenient to sort through the 500 or so articles
which appear on sci.med every few days for the ones related to psychiatry.
 
2) If a more concentrated and focused gathering of minds can occur, 
     a) we, as a discipline, can more efficiently process and integrate
new discoveries and ideas, and
     b) we may reach a "critical mass" and be capable of generating
seminal new ideas in a way not possible elsewhere.  
 
 
Summary 
-------
(liberally plagiarized and adapted from the posting of Ron Dippold)
 
sci.med.psychobiology will be an important step in linking everyone
interested in scientific psychiatry and psychobiology together. 
Professionals can exchange clinical information, research ideas, news,
events, techniques, and get feedback from people interested in psychiatry.
 Everyone interested in psychiatry and psychobiology can also get
up-to-date information about clinical psychiatry, psychiatric and
psychobiological research, organized psychiatric and psychobiological
gatherings, and more.  To accomplish all of these goals with the thousands
of psychiatric and psychobiological professionals all over the globe, the
creation of sci.med.psychobiology is essential.
 
Discussion so far:
-----------------
 
sci.med.brain and sci.med.psych have been suggested as alternate titles.
Little response to these suggestions so far. 1 or 2 voices in favor of
opening the charter to discussion of stigma, liaison, reimbursement, etc.
A dozen or 2 positive responses to the original RFD.

From [email protected] Fri Nov  5 22:10:37 1993
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                     1st CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
 
Unmoderated group sci.med.psychobiology
 
Newsgroups line:
sci.med.psychobiology	Dialog and news in psychiatry and psychobiology.

Votes must be received by 27 November 1993, 23:59:59 GMT.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only, contact [email protected]  For questions about
the proposed group, contact [email protected] (Robert G. Ruegg).

CHARTER


sci.med.psychobiology will be an unmoderated common forum for discussions
and announcements among those interested in such scientific aspects of
psychiatry as:
-psychobiology, 
-psychopharmacology, 
-inheritance of psychiatric illness, 
-behavioral genetics,
-psychoneurobiology, 
-neuropsychiatry, 
-neuropsychology, 
-psychoneuroendocrinology
-psychoneuroimmunology
-psychosomatics
-somatization disorder
-psychiatric education and training
-research support and funding
-research training
etc.



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-- 
Brenda J. Roder ([email protected])

From [email protected] Mon Nov 22 15:38:15 1993
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                     2nd (LAST) CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
 
Unmoderated group sci.med.psychobiology
 
Newsgroups line:
sci.med.psychobiology	Dialog and news in psychiatry and psychobiology.

Votes must be received by 27 November 1993, 23:59:59 GMT.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only, contact [email protected]  For questions about
the proposed group, contact [email protected] (Robert G. Ruegg).

CHARTER


sci.med.psychobiology will be an unmoderated common forum for discussions
and announcements among those interested in such scientific aspects of
psychiatry as:
-psychobiology, 
-psychopharmacology, 
-inheritance of psychiatric illness, 
-behavioral genetics,
-psychoneurobiology, 
-neuropsychiatry, 
-neuropsychology, 
-psychoneuroendocrinology
-psychoneuroimmunology
-psychosomatics
-somatization disorder
-psychiatric education and training
-research support and funding
-research training
etc.



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      [email protected]
(just replying by MAIL to this message should work).  The votetaker will send
mail acknowledgements for votes that are received.  If you receive a correct
ack, your vote has been received.  If you do not receive an ack after several
days, you need to vote again.
 
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important. Don't worry about spacing of the columns or any quote
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and votes of all voters will be published in the vote results.
 
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than one vote per account.  100 more YES votes than NO votes and twice
as many YES votes as NO votes are the requirements for group creation.

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      I vote YES on sci.med.psychobiology
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All votes received have been acknowledged by email.  
Email acknowledgements of the following votes have bounced:

--- NONE ---
-- 
Brenda J. Roder ([email protected])

From [email protected] Tue Nov 30 18:59:12 1993
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Subject: RESULT: sci.med.psychobiology passes 217:10
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Unmoderated group sci.med.psychobiology

sci.med.psychobiology group vote results - 227 valid votes

 Yes   No : 2/3? >100? : Pass? : Group
---- ---- : ---- ----- : ----- : -------------------------------------------
 217   10 :  Yes   Yes :   Yes : sci.med.psychobiology

  18 invalid votes

This margin is adequate for newgroup creation. Barring serious
controversy about the vote, the group will be created five days after
this is posted.

Voting closed at 23:59:59 GMT, 27 Nov 1993.

This vote was conducted by a neutral third party.  

Vote-taker's address:		[email protected] (Brenda J. Roder)
Group proponent's address:	[email protected] (Robert G. Ruegg)

Newsgroups line:   
sci.med.psychobiology   Dialog and news in psychiatry and psychobiology.

CHARTER


sci.med.psychobiology will be an unmoderated common forum for discussions
and announcements among those interested in such scientific aspects of
psychiatry as:
-psychobiology, 
-psychopharmacology, 
-inheritance of psychiatric illness, 
-behavioral genetics,
-psychoneurobiology, 
-neuropsychiatry, 
-neuropsychology, 
-psychoneuroendocrinology
-psychoneuroimmunology
-psychosomatics
-somatization disorder
-psychiatric education and training
-research support and funding
-research training
etc.



VOTE Asions, aCK

***** Please don't use this voting list to generate a mailing list (neither the
yes or no votes) -- voters are not necessarily interested in the topic *****

sci.med.psychobiology group vote Final Vote Ack


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[email protected]                                         CRISTIANE LOPES
[email protected]                               BEN-DAVID MICHAEL
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[email protected]                                            JAMES CHILDERS
[email protected]                                    Chua Hak Lien
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[email protected]                                    Craig Webster
[email protected]                                              Craig Linet
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[email protected]                                               Sean Erwin
[email protected]                                               Sheila K. H.
[email protected]                                      Juan A. Siguenza
[email protected]                                           Robert L. Simmons
[email protected]                                        Janne Sinkkonen
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[email protected]                                     Sarah Skovronsky
[email protected]                 Todd I. Stark @PHH  10-Nov-1993 1650
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[email protected]                                              Mehmet Surav
[email protected]                                            Rodney A. Swain
[email protected]                                        Sascha Wildner
[email protected]                                    Michael Wagner
[email protected]                                     Steven Zikopoulos
[email protected]                                              thomas d. ewing
[email protected]                                Matthew D. THOMPSON
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[email protected]                                              Terence P. Ma
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[email protected]                            Wayne F. Phillips, M.D
[email protected]                                      William Ching
[email protected]                                            John Werner
[email protected]                                      wilsonj
[email protected]                                          Will Nelson
[email protected]                                  Sabine Wolf
[email protected]                                               Robert J. Woll
[email protected]                                 Yukiharu Hadeishi
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[email protected]                            Zoltan Schreter
[email protected]                                 Eric Zorrilla

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[email protected]                                          David Cameron
[email protected]                                   Sean P Ryan
[email protected]                            John "Fax This!" MacWilliamson
[email protected]                                      Michael Kisley
[email protected]                                         Rob Knauerhase
[email protected]                                               paul alukal
[email protected]                                             Richard H. Miller
[email protected]                                                    Shane Hartman
[email protected]                                                     Smarasderagd
[email protected]                                              Warren Lavallee


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[email protected]                                      Matthew Simpson
   ! No votes
[email protected]                                                       
   ! Conflicting votes
[email protected]                                                     
   ! Conflicting votes
[email protected]                                                        
   ! Conflicting votes
[email protected]                                                            
   ! No votes
[email protected]                                                 
   ! No votes
[email protected]                                    jean l siebert
   ! No votes
[email protected]                                         Melvyn King
   ! No votes
[email protected]                                           Francis E. Lotrich
   ! No votes
[email protected]                                       David M. Pfarrer
   ! No votes
[email protected]                                                 Theo Bogels
   ! No votes
[email protected]                                        Michael P. Weisend
   ! No votes
[email protected]                                                            
   ! No votes
[email protected]                                      sherry lacoursiere
   ! No votes
[email protected]                                              Dark Mage
   ! Conflicting votes
[email protected]                                         D.J. Stehouwer
   ! No votes
[email protected]                                  The TARDIS
   ! Invalid address
[email protected]                                          Tim Bates
   ! No votes
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Brenda J. Roder ([email protected])

 
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