Frontotemporal dementia

Frontotemporal dementia: the latest studies, research, and CME activities

For scientifically rigorous research on frontotemporal dementia, is one of the most authoritative sources in the field.

On, psychiatrists and mental health professionals can access latest evidence-based, peer-reviewed articles on the causes, diagnoses, and treatment of frontotemporal dementia. Primary care physicians and other healthcare workers who treat patients with dementia can find information that advances their clinical expertise on dementia-related illnesses and other behavioral health and neuropsychiatric disorders.

Practitioners and academics can access a vast collection of articles, case reports, studies, and meta-analyses, including information on frontotemporal dementia, early onset dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and Lewy body dementia.

A free registration on provides access to many articles and benefits, while a paid subscription offers complete access to all current and historical material on the website.

Access up-to-date resources on dementia compiles research and articles from several sources. The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry is a leading source of peer-reviewed articles on the newest advances in diagnosis and treatment of mental and neurologic illnesses. The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders seeks to advance the clinical expertise of healthcare professionals, providing practice-based research with direct clinical utility.

Content on includes:

  • Peer-reviewed articles and features on frontotemporal dementia and other forms of cognitive impairment, including vascular dementia, patients with dementia and Parkinson’s, and diagnoses of mild cognitive impairment to late stage dementia
  • Reports on rounds from the Banner Alzheimer’s Institute that present case conferences where physicians and staff discuss their most challenging cases
  • Original research, case reports, commentaries, Academic Highlights, brief reports, and meta-analyses
  • Psychopharmacology articles that examine the practice of psychopharmacology through the lens of clinical experience

Research related to frontotemporal dementia on includes titles such as:


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CME activities for frontotemporal dementia provides convenient opportunities to earn CME credit from the CME Institute at The site also offers an online tool, MyCME, for tracking activity, completing posttests and evaluations, and printing transcripts and certificates. Mental health clinicians and healthcare professionals can earn CME credit by participating in hundreds of activities, including journal articles, supplements, newsletters, multimedia publications, and webcasts. MyCME makes it easy to keep a record of activity and to document progress.

CME activities on related to frontotemporal dementia and other forms of cognitive impairment include titles such as:

FAQs on frontotemporal dementia resources

You can access the full text of articles from The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders and certain supplements from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry with a free registration on A subscription to JCP will provide you with full access to all current and historic materials on frontotemporal dementia in JCP.

Yes. When subscribing to JCP, you may choose an online-only subscription or a print plus online subscription.

Yes. CME activities on are offered through the CME Institute and accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).

Most CME activities are free, though some have a $10 processing fee.

Register for free articles, CME activities and email alerts

A free registration is the easiest way to gain access to many of the resources available on It takes just seconds to register, and you’ll immediately have access to:

  • A broad range of CME activities on an assortment of topics, including frontotemporal dementia
  • MyCME, an online tool for tracking and documenting completion of CME activity
  • Full text of articles and supplements from The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC)
  • Full text of free supplements from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP)
  • Daily email alerts, or Elerts, that notify you of new articles, research, blogs, and podcasts; new CME offerings; and the table of contents and article abstracts from upcoming issues of JCP and PCC

Subscribe for full access to all content

A paid subscription to JCP through offers all the benefits of a free registration, along with:

  • Complete access to all current and historic content on The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry—search and view the full text of articles from 1997 to the present
  • Access to new issues of the journal as soon as they are available
  • Access to online-first and online-only articles
  • Complete access to all CME activities

You may subscribe to both the print and online versions of The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry or to the online-only edition.

About is a publication of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., and contains information from The Journal of Clinical PsychiatryThe Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, and the CME Institute.

The mission of is to provide lifelong learning opportunities for clinicians by offering evidence-based, peer-reviewed, scientific information as well as educational opportunities for CME credit.

Materials on include articles, news, case reports, brief reports, meta-analyses, and other information about the diagnosis and treatment of behavioral health and neuropsychiatric disorders. Topics include ADHD in women, men and children; criteria for major depressive disorder diagnosis and treatment for major depressive disorder; schizotypal personality disorder; cyclothymic disorderpsychiatry drugs; and various disciplines in psychiatry, including integrated psychiatryfamily psychiatry, and functional psychiatry.

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