Online discussions focus on schizophrenia: For several years the Schizophrenia Research Forum (SRF) has hosted various types of online discussions, inviting participants to post comments via e-mail. A special discussion, which began in late January in the wake of the Tucson shootings, is titled “Schizophrenia and Violence, Case Not Closed.” Paul Appelbaum, M.D., provides a brief introduction, posing questions to promote more nuanced exchanges on the issue. As additional background for discussion participants, the SRF editors provide links to archived popular media presentations on the issue of violence and mental illness, such as CNN videos, NPR's Diane Rehm Show, and a New York Times piece. Interested individuals can access these materials and the discussion board and post their own comments on the SRF Web site (www.schizophreniaforum.org). In addition, SRF and Schizophrenia Bulletin collaborate in an online “journal club” discussion of selected articles. A lively discussion that has been ongoing since last fall focuses on issues raised by an article published in the September 2010 Schizophrenia Bulletin—“Antipsychotic Dosing: How Much but Also How Often?” by Remington and Kapur. The SRF also hosts one-hour live discussions of critical issues that are led by experts. The discussion transcripts are then archived, along with e-mailed comments from participants.