JCP Weekly December 10, 2019

Original Research

Predicting Remission in Late-Life Depression

Rates of treatment resistance in randomized controlled trials in patients with late-life depression are as high as 77% using SSRIs, yet SSRIs are often used as first-line treatment. This CME article helps to optimize the selection of the next step in treating late-life depression.

DOI: 10.4088/JCP.18m12483 | Posted: 12/10/2019

Original Research

Meaning in Life and Physical, Mental, and Cognitive Functioning

Presence of meaning and the search for meaning in life impact a variety of measures of health and well-being. Does the impact differ based on a person’s life stage? This study analyzed responses from 1,042 adults; read the article to see what was found.

DOI: 10.4088/JCP.19m13064 | Posted: 12/10/2019

Original Research

Norms for Time-Sensitive Measures of Function in ADHD

Children with ADHD often have functional impairments in the early morning and late afternoon and evening. This study sought to establish norms on 2 rating scales to help clinicians determine when such impairments are clinically significant.

DOI: 10.4088/JCP.19m12956 | Posted: 12/10/2019

Educational Activity

Diagnosing Tardive Dyskinesia

Do you proactively assess patients for tardive dyskinesia? Here, learn about screening and diagnosis from an expert.

DOI: 10.4088/JCP.NU18041BR1C | Posted: 12/10/2019

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