Integrated psychiatry

A premier source for the latest research in integrated psychiatry

When you want the most up-to-date articles and research in the field of integrated psychiatry, provides a wealth of peer-reviewed, evidence-based information exploring advances in diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of mental and neurologic disorders. is a premier source of clinical information for psychiatrists, mental health professionals, primary care physicians, and other clinicians who treat patients with behavioral health and neuropsychiatric disorders. offers a broad range of research, case reports, and analysis related to integrated psychiatry as well as interventional psychiatry, child and adolescent psychiatrybiological psychiatry, and geriatric psychiatry. Additionally, you can earn CME credit on with activities provided by the CME Institute ( of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc.

To take advantage of the resources and benefits offered by, simply register for free on the website today. Or subscribe to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry for comprehensive access to 80+ years of research on integrated psychiatry and other psychiatric disciplines.

Satisfy your CME requirements with integrated psychiatry activities

Through the CME Institute, provides a convenient and simple way to earn CME credits on a broad array of topics, including integrated psychiatry, psychotherapy, and other subjects. You’ll find 150+ CME activities on the website, including journal articles, webcasts, supplements, newsletters, Brief Reports, and more. With a free MyCME account from the CME Institute, you can track your activities on and print transcripts and certificates of the credits you have earned.

CME activities related to integrated psychiatry include titles such as:


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Peer-reviewed articles on integrated psychiatry publishes material from two leading psychiatric journals. The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) has been a leading source of peer-reviewed psychiatric research for more than 75 years, and today is one of the 10 most-cited journals in the field. The journal publishes content on a wide range of topics, including advances in diagnoses, treatments, and psychiatry drugs for a wide range of illnesses and disorders. The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC) is an online publication for peer-reviewed research that works to advance the clinical expertise of PCPs and other clinicians who treat patients with mental illness and CNS disorders.

Articles and research on integrated psychiatry include titles such as:

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You can use the search functions on to find a wide range of articles, features, research, Academic Highlights, meta-analyses, Brief Reports, case reports, commentaries, systematic reviews, book reviews, and more. Many articles are available with a free registration on the site, though a subscription to JCP is required for complete access to all current and archived material.

JCP offers both print/online subscriptions and online-only subscriptions. Visit the JCP subscription page for pricing and details.

MyCME is an online tool that’s free to registered users on Your MyCME account will keep a record every time you start or finish an activity. Once you have passed a posttest and completed an evaluation, you can also print a transcript or certificate from your MyCME account.

CME activities on are coordinated by the CME Institute ( which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

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There are many articles and resources available to you when you simply register for free on As a registered user, you can view the full text of any article from The Primary Care Companion as well as certain free articles and supplements from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. Your registration also lets you take part in more than 150 CME activities, tracking your progress and documenting credits earned with a free MyCME account.

Additionally, you can sign up for email alerts, or Elerts, that provide updates whenever new research, articles, features, or case reports related to integrated psychiatry are posted on the website. Email alerts also offer updates on CME activities and include the table of contents for upcoming issues of JCP and PCC.

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If you want complete access to all articles and research available on, simply choose a subscription to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. As a subscriber, you can search for and view the full text of articles from any issue of the journal from 1997 to present, and you’ll have immediate access to new issues on the day they are released. Additionally, you can view online-first and online-only articles published in JCP weekly, and you’ll enjoy all the free benefits afforded to registered users as well.


Owned by Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., is a premier source for peer-reviewed articles, reports, and CME activities on a broad range of psychiatric topics. collects and publishes material from several sources, including The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, and the CME Institute at

With a vast collection of evidence-based content, provides scientifically rigorous research and psychiatry information for psychiatrists, PCPs and other clinicians who work with patients with mental illness and CNS disorders. Research on covers a wide range of subjects, including symptoms of manic depression; diagnosing comorbid ADHD and depression and the latest ADHD treatments; symptoms of vascular dementia; advances in schizoid personality disorder research; and psychiatric diagnoses and treatment in child and adolescent psychiatry, family psychiatry, geriatric psychiatry, integrated psychiatry, interventional psychiatry, and general psychiatry.

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