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Academic Highlights: Advancing the Treatment of People With Mental Illness: A Call to Action in the Management of Metabolic Issues
J Clin Psychiatry 2005;66(6):790-798
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This ACADEMIC HIGHLIGHTS section of
The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry
presents a summary of the meeting
“Advancing the Treatment of People With
Mental Illness: A Call to Action in the
Management of Metabolic Issues,” held in
Vienna, Austria, on September 29–30, 2004,
convened by the World Federation for
Mental Health, and supported by an
unrestricted educational grant from
Bristol-Myers Squibb Company and
Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
The meeting was cochaired by L. Patt
Franciosi, Ph.D., President, Board of
Directors, World Federation for Mental
Health, Alexandria, Va., USA, and
Professor Siegfried Kasper, Professor
of Psychiatry and Chairman of the
Department of General Psychiatry,
Medical University of Vienna, Austria.
Faculty information and disclosure
appear at the end of this article.
The World Federation for Mental
Health has received project support during
2004 from AstraZeneca, Bristol-Myers
Squibb, Eli Lilly and Company, Pfizer Ltd.,
Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, and
Otsuka Pharmaceutical Ltd.
All members of the faculty (including the
cochairs) but not the observers contributed
to the development of this report, and the
final report was reviewed and approved by
all faculty members prior to submission to