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Discover the latest in ADHD research

When you’re looking for the most up-to-date, evidence-based scientific research on ADHD, Psychiatrist.com offers a wealth of peer-reviewed articles, studies, and reports that explore advances in diagnostics and treatment.

Within the rich trove of documents on Psychiatrist.com, you’ll find a wide range of information on the types of ADHD and characteristics of ADHD, along with articles on ADHD and depression and ADHD symptoms in toddlers, children, and adults. You can also earn CME credit with activities related to ADHD and many other psychiatric subjects and track your progress with a free online tool.

Register today to learn more about the many benefits to clinicians available through Psychiatrist.com, or subscribe to gain full access to every ADHD article and resource on the website.

Earn CME credits at your own pace

Psychiatrist.com provides a convenient way to earn CME credit for ADHD activities on a schedule that works for you. You’ll find a broad array of CME activities on the website that you can complete at your own pace. Activities include articles, supplements, newsletters, web postings, webcasts, multimedia publications, and more.

Psychiatrist.com also offers a free online tool, MyCME, that keeps a record of your CME activity on the CME Institute website and documents your completion of posttests and evaluations. With MyCME, you can easily start an activity and come back to finish it later, making it easier to squeeze CME credits into a busy schedule. Once you’ve completed a posttest or evaluation, you can immediately print your certificate or transcript documenting the credits you’ve earned.

CME activities related to ADHD on Psychiatrist.com include titles such as:

Scientifically rigorous information on ADHD

Psychiatrist.com publishes articles on a large number of ADHD subjects, including ADHD in adults and advances in ADHD tests. Content is geared both for psychiatrists and mental health professionals as well as primary care physicians and other clinicians who treat patients with mental and CNS disorders.

Articles on Psychiatrist.com are drawn from several sources, including The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) and The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC). These publications are among the leading sources in the field and provide the most up-to-date and scientifically rigorous research on a comprehensive list of disorders.

Content on Psychiatrist.com includes peer-reviewed articles on the latest research into causes, diagnoses, and treatment of ADHD. Clinicians can also find original research, Academic Highlights, case reports, brief reports, commentaries, and psychopharmacology content on Psychiatrist.com

Articles about ADHD on Psychiatrist.com include titles such as:

FAQs on ADHD resources

Many resources available on Psychiatrist.com are available with a free registration. As a registered user, you can access the full text of articles from The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, along with some supplements and free articles from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. A paid subscription is required for complete access to JCP resources.

You can purchase an online-only subscription or a combined online/print subscription for The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry.

Your MyCME account is automatically created when you register on Psychiatrist.com. Registration is free and simple and takes just a few minutes.

Most CME activities available on Psychiatrist.com are free of charge. Certain activities may include a $10 processing fee.

The benefits of subscription

A subscription to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry provides you with full access to all the ADHD resources Psychiatrist.com has to offer. Your subscription allows you to search for and view the full text of articles from the current issue and every back issue of JCP to 1997. You’ll also have access to new issues as soon they are released, and you can view online-first and online-only articles as well.

Your subscription to JCP includes access to articles in The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, podcasts, blogs, Elerts, and more.

What’s included in a free registration

Register for free on Psychiatrist.com to immediately take advantage of many of the resources on the site. Your registration allows you to view the full text of all articles and supplements from The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, as well as certain free articles and supplements from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. You’ll also have access to an assortment of CME activities on ADHD and other topics, along with a MyCME account that makes it easy to keep a record of your progress.

As a registered user, you can sign up for Elerts from Psychiatrist.com. These daily email alerts can notify you of new articles, podcasts, blogs, and CME offerings, as well as the table of contents and article abstracts from upcoming issues of JCP and PCC.

About Psychiatrist.com

Psychiatrist.com is published by Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc. Psychiatrist.com is dedicated to providing evidence-based, peer-reviewed scientific information on mental health topics for psychiatrists and other medical professionals. Primary care and healthcare clinicians who work with patients with mental illness will also find resources that can advance their clinical expertise on a wide array of topics.

Articles on Psychiatrist.com are aggregated from three sources: The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, and the CME Institute at CMEInstitute.com. The comprehensive list of topics covered by Psychiatrist.com includes studies and articles on ADD in children; psychotic schizophrenia and schizoid personality disorder; early-onset dementia and frontotemporal dementia; major depression disorder (MDD) and unipolar major depressive disorder; and many additional areas of research.

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