Diagnosis of mania

Your premier source for research on treatment and diagnosis of mania

For the very latest information on advances in diagnosis of mania, consult the peer-reviewed, evidenced-based research in Psychiatrist.com.

Within our deep collection of articles, commentaries, case reports, studies, Academic Highlights, and meta-analyses, you’ll find research on a wide range of topics related to diagnosis of mania and manic depression. You can view content related to manic depression psychosis, treatment for bipolar dementia, diagnosis of manic depression, medication for bi-polar manic depression, and symptoms of a hypomanic episode.

Additionally, Psychiatrist.com makes it possible to earn CME credits with activities related to diagnosis of mania and other topics. CME activities are coordinated by the CME Institute (CME Institute.com) and enable you to earn AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM at your own pace.

To take advantage of the resources available on Psychiatrist.com, simply register today to access many free resources, or choose a subscription level that provides unrestricted access to all current and archived materials.

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Psychiatrist.com is among the most authoritative sources in the field of psychiatry for research on a broad array of mental and neurologic illnesses. The peer-reviewed, evidence-based research on Psychiatrist.com provides psychiatrists and other clinicians with the very latest information on advances in diagnosis of mania and other aspects of treating patients with manic depression.

Content on Psychiatrist.com is drawn from several sources. The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) is a leading peer-reviewed publication that is among the top 10 most-cited journals in the field of psychiatry. The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC) is an online-only, peer-reviewed publication that seeks to advance the clinical expertise of primary care physicians and other healthcare providers working with patients with mental and neurologic illnesses.

Resources on Psychiatrist.com around diagnosis of mania include titles like:

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Psychiatrist.com offers 80+ CME activities that are coordinated by 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.

CME activities related to diagnosis of mania include journal articles, supplements, newsletters, webcasts, and multimedia publications. CME Institute also provides a free online tool, MyCME, that makes it easy to keep a record of your activity on Psychiatrist.com and to print transcripts and certificates when you earn CME credits.

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Yes. You’ll find more than 80 CME activities on Psychiatrist.com, coordinated by the CME Institute (CMEInstitute.com).

MyCME, a free online tool provided by the CME Institute, tracks your CME activity on Psychiatrist.com. MyCME keeps a record each time you begin an activity, enabling you to leave when necessary and return to complete it later. Through MyCME, you can also print certificates and transcripts of CME activities you have completed.

Certain articles and research on Psychiatrist.com can be viewed with a free registration on the site. For comprehensive access to all current and archived content, you’ll need a description to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry.

Yes. You may subscribe to the online-only edition of JCP or to a print/online edition.

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When you register for free on Psychiatrist.com, you’ll have access to many of the benefits the site offers. For instance, registered users may view all articles from The Primary Care Companion, as well as supplements and free articles from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. Registration also enables you to participate in CME activities around diagnosis of mania and other subjects and to track your progress with a MyCME account.

To enjoy full access to all articles and research on Psychiatrist.com, simply choose a subscription to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. With your subscription, you’ll have immediate access to each new issue of the journal as soon as it is published, along with access to articles published in JCP Weekly. You may also search the archives to view any article about diagnosis of mania published in the journal from 1997 to the present.

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Podcasts and Elerts from Psychiatrist.com make it easy to keep up to date with the latest developments in diagnosis of mania and other psychiatric subjects. Psychiatrist.com podcasts provide a 15- to 25-minute encapsulation of the articles in each issue of JCP and PCC. You’ll get a summary of the highlights and findings, enabling you to stay current with latest research and to identify articles you want to follow up on.

Elerts from Psychiatrist.com provide a daily email alert with updates on new articles, research, case reports, and CME activities that are published on Psychiatrist.com. Elerts also contain the table of contents from upcoming issues of JCP and PCC, and links to abstracts of the articles that appear in each journal.

About Psychiatrist.com

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

The peer-reviewed content on Psychiatrist.com is intended for psychiatrists, mental health professionals, primary care physicians and other clinicians who treat patients with mental and neurologic illnesses. Material on Psychiatrist.com provides insight into a broad range of topics, including symptoms of bipolar dementia; research on ADHD medication; diagnosing the stages of dementia; recognizing major depressive disorder symptoms; research on major depression diagnosisschizophrenia research; treatment for schizoid personality disorder; and many other aspects of family psychiatry, geriatric psychiatry, integrated psychiatry, functional psychiatry, interventional psychiatry, and general psychiatry.

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