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Access the latest research on dementia & Parkinson’s

When you’re looking for the latest insights and research on patients with dementia and Parkinson’s, serves as one of the most authoritative sources in the psychiatric field.

On the pages of our website, you’ll find evidence-based, peer-reviewed scientific information about a broad assortment of topics related to dementia and Alzheimer’s. Search for articles on dementia and Parkinson’s as well as research on topics from mild cognitive impairment and early onset dementia to late stage dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. You can also earn CME credits for activities related to dementia and Parkinson’s and easily track your progress with our online tool.

Register or subscribe today to access all the resources available on

CME opportunities on is dedicated to offering lifelong learning opportunities for clinicians, offering a wide range of activities through the CME Institute at, which is accredited by the Accreditation Counsel for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). On our website you’ll find hundreds of print, online, and live activities designed to help you earn CME credit at your convenience. Our wide range of topics explore the newest advances in the treatment of patients with dementia and Parkinson’s along with various other mental health and CNS disorders.

With our online tool, MyCME, you can easily record your CME activities, complete posttests and evaluations, and print CME certificates and transcripts of credits earned.

CME activities related to dementia and Parkinson’s include titles such as:

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View articles, reports, and case studies on patients with dementia and Parkinson’s collects and presents research from multiple sources: The Journal of Clinical PsychiatryThe Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, and the CME Institute. Content on the website is geared both toward psychiatrists and mental health professionals as well as primary care physicians and other clinicians who treat patients with mental illness and CNS disorders.

When searching for the latest research on patients with dementia and Parkinson’s, you’ll find a large collection of material on, including:

  • Evidence-based, peer-reviewed articles and features on all forms of dementia, including frontotemporal dementia and Lewy body dementia
  • Original research, commentaries, brief reports, commentaries, Academic Highlights, and case reports
  • Rounds from Banner Alzheimer’s Institute, where physicians and staff discuss challenging cases of patients affected by dementia in case conferences
  • Meta-analyses that aggregate findings from multiple sources
  • Psychopharmacology-related articles

Research on patients with dementia and Parkinson’s on includes titles such as:

FAQs on dementia and Parkinson’s CME activities

MyCME is an online tool that records progress on CME activities available on and With MyCME, you can engage in CME activities and complete posttests and evaluations. MyCME also allows you to keep a record of credits earned online and to print CME certificates and transcripts of credits earned.

Once you have successfully passed a posttest or completed an evaluation, you may immediately print your certificate or transcript.

Yes. You may leave a CME activity at any time. MyCME will save your place so you can return to it later.

When you register on, your MyCME account is automatically created.

How to stay current on the latest dementia and Parkinson’s research makes it easy for psychiatrists and other clinicians to stay up to date on the latest developments in research and CME activities for dementia and Parkinson’s disease.

Register with to access a variety of free resources, including:

  • Full text of articles from The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC)
  • Full text of supplements from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP)
  • Full text of new articles in JCP weekly
  • Blogs from JCP and PCC
  • CME activities from and access to MyCME

Subscribe to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry to access even more content. A paid subscription provides access to:

  • Full text of peer-reviewed articles and features from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry from 1997 to the present
  • Access to new issues and articles as soon as they are released
  • Access to online-first and online-only articles
  • Free access to all CME activities

Email alerts, or Elerts, notify clinicians immediately about the latest articles and research on a wide range of topics. Elerts offer notification of:

  • New CME offerings related to dementia and Parkinson’s
  • Article abstracts and the table of contents from upcoming issues of The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry and The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders
  • New online-first articles, free articles, neurology reports, features, and case reports posted on

The convenience of podcasts

On, you’ll find regular podcasts that summarize the highlights of each issue of The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry and The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders. Each 15- to 25-minute podcast provides an overview of the articles and features in each journal and offers a convenient way to keep up with the most recent developments in research on dementia and Parkinson’s disease.


Owned by Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., publishes evidence-based, peer-reviewed, scientific information about a broad array of behavioral health issues and psychiatric diagnoses and treatment. Intended for psychiatrists and mental health professionals as well as primary care physicians and other clinicians who work with patients with mental illness, contains articles, research, news, and CME activities on an assortment of topics. Clinicians can access information on subjects as diverse as ADHD and connections between ADHD and depression; bipolar disorder treatment; research on major depressive disorder medications; articles on schizoid personality disorder; CME activities around Alzheimer’s, vascular dementia, and other forms of dementia; and a wide range of other topics in general, geriatric, interventional, family, and functional psychiatry.

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