Your source for dementia research, studies, and CME

When you want access to the latest research, case reports, and studies on dementia, offers a wealth of authoritative resources for psychiatrists and other medical professionals.

You’ll find authoritative, peer-reviewed articles on a wide range of dementia-related disorders, such as Alzheimer’s (including early onset Alzheimer’s), Lewy body dementia, vascular dementia, frontotemporal lobar dementia, and other forms of dementia. And you can earn and track CME credits with a variety of activities—from reviewing brief reports to collections of articles on dementia research.

Register today to receive access to articles, podcasts, and blogs, as well as email alerts about new postings and the latest CME offerings.

A wealth of resources on dementia contains content from multiple sources. Articles from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) are geared toward psychiatrists and mental health professionals. Material from The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC) provides clinical information for primary care physicians and other healthcare professionals who treat patients with mental and neurologic illnesses.

When you turn to for dementia research, you’ll find:

  • Peer-reviewed articles and features on the latest research into causes, diagnoses, and treatment of all stages of dementia from mild cognitive impairment to late-stage dementia
  • Rounds from Banner Alzheimer’s Institute: case conferences where physicians and staff discuss challenging cases of patients affected by dementia and related disorders
  • Meta-analyses synthesizing findings from multiple studies
  • Original research, Academic Highlights, commentaries, Brief Reports, and case reports
  • Psychopharmacology content: brief, peer-reviewed, evidence-based articles examining the practice of psychopharmacology through the lens of clinical experience

Articles and research on related to dementia include titles such as:


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Simplify your CME requirements provides a broad collection of CME activities related to dementia – along with an easy way to track your work and document your progress. In our compendium of CME content at, you’ll find articles, Brief Reports, webcasts, commentary, roundtable discussions, and multimedia publications. makes it simple to track your work through MyCME, an online tool that records your CME activity. Each time you start or finish an activity or pass a posttest, your progress is automatically updated in MyCME. You can immediately print CME certificates or transcripts of credits you’ve earned.

On, you’ll find an array of CME activities, including titles like:

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Registration on is free and gives you access to various information, articles, and CME activities. A paid subscription is required for full access to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. Information about current subscription rates can be found here.

CME activities on are coordinated by the CME Institute at, which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).

MyCME is an online tool that records your progress through CME activities. MyCME tracks your completed activities and saves partially completed activities so you can pick up where you left off. MyCME also maintains a record of your CME credits and lets you print CME certificates or transcripts of credits earned.

There is no cost to register for CME activities on, and most activities are free. Some activities related to the articles and resources in The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry have a $10 processing fee.

Stay on top of dementia research with a free registration

Free registration with offers unique benefits that can help you stay current with progress in dementia research.

  • Access full text of supplements from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry
  • View the full text of articles from The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders
  • Read new articles in JCP weekly
  • Access podcasts and blogs
  • Receive email alerts about new CME offerings
  • Access CME activities at and track credits online with MyCME

Access more data with a paid subscription

While your free registration with lets you read and review a great deal of information, a paid subscription offers complete access to all the content in The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry from 1997 to the present. Your paid subscription offers all the benefits of registering and allows you to:

  • Gain complete access to all historical content in The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry
  • View new issues and articles as soon as they are released
  • Access supplements, blogs, and podcasts
  • View online-first and online-only articles

Dementia news and research – delivered to your inbox

Email alerts – or “Elerts” – provide immediate notification of the latest clinical research and peer-reviewed articles available on

When you sign up for Daily Elerts, you’ll get notifications of:

  • Article abstracts and the table of contents from upcoming issues of The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry and The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders.
  • Posting of online-first articles and free articles on a wide range of neuropsychiatry topics
  • News of the latest dementia-related CME activities
  • Publication of new articles, features, and case reports
  • New neurology reports posted to the website

Podcasts and audio resources podcasts make it easy to stay current with the latest research. Podcasts summarize the highlights from each issue of The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry and The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders. Subscribing to the podcast is a convenient way to get a 15–25 minute overview of all of the content published in each journal.

About is published by Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc. and aggregates clinical psychiatry news, articles, resources, and educational materials from four sources: The Journal of Clinical PsychiatryThe Primary Companion for CNS Disorders; the CME Institute; and

The website is dedicated to providing lifelong learning for clinicians through evidence-based, peer-reviewed scientific information about the diagnosis and treatment of behavioral health and neuropsychiatric disorders. also provides information for primary care physicians and other healthcare professionals who treat patients with mental and neurologic illnesses.

On, clinicians can find authoritative information on a wide range of topics, including cognition research; trends in major depressive disorder or major depression diagnosis and treatment; symptoms of manic depression or bipolar disorder; signs of ADHD in adults and children; treatment for Lewy body dementia; research in schizoid personality disorder; and many other areas of clinical research.

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