Bipolar disorder symptoms

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For psychiatrists and clinicians who treat patients with bipolar disorder, Psychiatrist.com is a leading source of authoritative information on bipolar disorder symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment as well as a wide range of other psychiatric subjects.

Within the deep collection of articles available on Psychiatrist.com, you’ll find up-to-date articles and peer-reviewed research about diagnosing cyclothymic disorder and bipolar dementia, managing comorbid bipolar and PTSD, medications for bipolar manic depression, and many other aspects of bipolar disorder treatment. Through the CME Institute, Psychiatrist.com also offers a simple and convenient way to earn CME credits with research on bipolar disorder symptoms.

To access many of the benefits and resources available on Psychiatrist.com, simply register for free on the site today. Or consider a paid subscription for complete access to all current and historical content on bipolar disorder symptoms and many other areas of psychiatry and mental health.

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Psychiatrist.com offers a wealth of peer-reviewed, evidence-based materials that explore the newest advances in diagnosis and treatment of bipolar disorder symptoms and other mental health and CNS disorders. Content on the website is drawn from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) which caters to psychiatrists and mental health professionals, and from The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC), which is designed to help primary care physicians and other clinicians advance their clinical expertise in the treatment of bipolar disorder symptoms and other illnesses.

Content within Psychiatrist.com includes peer-reviewed articles and features, Brief Reports, original research, Academic Highlights, meta-analyses, commentaries, case reports, and more.

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Earn and document CME credits on Psychiatrist.com

Psychiatrist.com can be an invaluable resource for clinicians seeking to earn CME credit with activities related to bipolar disorder symptoms. CME content on Psychiatrist.com is provided by the CME Institute (CMEInstitute.com) of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

You’ll find a large selection of activities on Psychiatrist.com and CMEInstitute.com that you can complete at your convenience. A free online tool, MyCME, makes it easy to keep a record of your progress as you start an activity and return to finish it later. Within MyCME, you can also print transcripts or certificates of AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM you’ve earned after successfully passing a posttest and completing an evaluation.

CME activities related to bipolar disorder symptoms include titles such as:

  • Diagnosing Bipolar Disorder in Pediatric Patients. Kiki D. Chang
    As many as 2 million youths in the US alone could have bipolar disorder. In this CME Brief Report, get up to date on common presentations of pediatric bipolar disorder, DSM-5 diagnostic criteria, and structured interviews and screening tools that can help you detect manic symptomatology..
  • Treating Bipolar Disorder in Pediatric Patients and Educating Patients and Parents. Melissa P. DelBello
    Children whose bipolar disorder is inadequately treated often grow into adults who are unable to manage their illness. Read this Brief Report to discover the most effective treatment strategies to help patients and families learn to control and cope with their bipolar disorder, particularly episodes of depression, as they advance towards adulthood..
  • Strategies for Shifting From Acute to Maintenance Treatment for Bipolar I Disorder. Trisha Suppes
    Guidelines lay out strategies for maintenance treatment of bipolar I disorder, with an algorithm for pharmacologic and psychosocial interventions. Dr. Suppes describes guideline recommendations and situations when you might need to vary from the algorithm..

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About Psychiatrist.com

Psychiatrist.com is a digital publication of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc. The website features a rich compendium of articles, news, research, and educational materials collected from three sources: The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, and the CME Institute at CMEInstitute.com.

Intended for psychiatrists and mental health professionals as well as primary care physicians and others who treat patients with mental illness, Psychiatrist.com provides evidence-based, peer-reviewed materials on a wide variety of subjects. Content on Psychiatrist.com includes information on treating manic depression, testing for ADHD, diagnosing early onset dementia, managing major depressive disorder and treating unipolar major depressive disorder, identifying symptoms of schizoaffective personality disorder and residual schizophrenia, and many other areas of cognition research and general psychiatry.

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