Cyclothymic disorder

Consult the latest research on cyclothymic disorders is a leading source for peer-reviewed articles and evidenced-based information on cyclothymic disorder and other rare mood disorders.

Within our deep collection of articles, you’ll find scientifically rigorous research about the latest advances in diagnosis and treatment of cyclothymic disorder, as well as bipolar disorder. Content on includes articles, studies, original research, case reports, and meta-analyses on a wide range of subjects, from bipolar disorder symptoms and bipolar disorder treatment to symptoms of manic depression, advances in diagnosis of manic depression, and the latest treatment and medications for manic depression.

Information on is intended for psychiatrists and mental health professionals, as well as primary care physicians and clinicians who treat patients with cyclothymic disorder and other mental and neurologic illnesses. also makes it possible to earn AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM with a broad variety of CME activities provided by the CME Institute, a property of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc.

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Your source for up-to-date research on cyclothymic disorders offers clinicians a rich collection of research pulled from multiple sources, including The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) and The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC).

Material on includes articles and research on many aspects of cyclothymic disorder. Through Brief Reports, case reports, Academic highlights, systematic reviews, commentaries, and clinical and practical psychopharmacological reports, you’ll find the most up-to-date and scientifically rigorous information about cyclothymic disorders and other subjects.

Materials related to cyclothymic disorder and MDD on include:

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A convenient way to earn CME credit provides a convenient and simple way to earn CME credits with activities related to cyclothymic disorder. CME activities are provided by the CME Institute (CME which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

On, you can earn CME credits at your own pace, allowing you to satisfy CME requirements on a busy schedule. A free registration on also includes a MyCME account, where you can keep an online record of your activity and print transcripts and certificates when you have earned CME credits.

CME activities around cyclothymic disorder and MDD include:

  • Happiness and Treatment Outcome in Resistant Depression. Leslie Citrome, James W. Murrough, Joseph F. Goldberg, Bradley N. Gaynes, and Terence Ketter
    New mechanisms of action present new opportunities to improve outcomes for patients with depression. Listen to a panel of experts discuss best practices and novel antidepressants at the 2019 ASCP Annual Meeting..
  • Psychotropic Medication Monitoring: A Review. Matthew A. Schreiber, Stephanie C. Armstrong, and Jesse D. Markman
    Psychotropic medications provide therapeutic benefits but also carry iatrogenic risks. Medication monitoring helps minimize this risk. This CME journal article offers clinicians a review of guidelines and presents monitoring recommendations with a convenient 1-page quick guide..

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CME activities on cyclothymic disorder and other topics are typically free of charge. Occasionally, an activity may carry a $10 processing fee.

CME activities on are coordinated through the CME Institute ( of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The number of credits earned for each activity varies, but you may typically earn between 0.50 and 2.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM per activity.

Certain articles and research are available to anyone who is registered as a user on For complete access to the entire collection of articles on cyclothymic disorder and other topics, you’ll need a subscription to JCP.

The best way to access research on cyclothymic disorder offers two ways to access information on cyclothymic disorder.

A free registration on allows you to view many articles and to take advantage of other benefits as well. As a registered user, you can view supplements from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry as well as a number of free articles, and you’ll have complete access to all articles and supplements from The Primary Care Companion. Additionally, you can participate in 80+ CME activities and track your progress with a free MyCME account.

A subscription to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry offers complete access to all articles, research, and other resources available on As a subscriber, you can search the archive to view any article published in JCP from 1997 to the present. You’ll be able to see new articles published regularly in JCP weekly, and you’ll have online access to new issues of the journal on the day they are released.

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About is a publication of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc. The material on is collected from three sources: The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, and the CME Institute at is a leading source of evidence-based, peer-reviewed articles that provide practitioners with the most current and rigorously scientific research in the field of mental health. Content on touches on a wide range of subjects, including symptoms of manic depression; treating ADHD in children; research in Lewy body dementia; diagnosing major depressive disorder with DSM-5 criteria; major depressive disorder medications; treating schizoid personality disorder and schizoaffective personality disorder; and many other aspects of functional psychiatry, integrated psychiatry, interventional psychiatry, family psychiatrygeriatric psychiatryneuropsychiatry, and general psychiatry.

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