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Educational Activity

Bipolar Disorder Self-Assessment

Paul King, MD

Published: May 15, 2011

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Article Abstract

Bipolar disorder is a complex condition that is difficult to diagnose and treat, and many patients with this illness are not receiving adequate care, particularly in the early stages of the disorder when effective treatment is most critical. Self-Assessment CME is an educational activity in which clinicians answer a series of multiple-choice questions to ascertain their current knowledge and practice in treating CNS disorders. After completing the self-assessment, clinicians have the opportunity to review correct answers, see how their colleagues responded, and receive recommendations for further reading. This Self-Assessment CME activity focuses on recognizing and bridging gaps in knowledge pertaining to bipolar disorder recognition and treatment.


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