Manic depression psychosis

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For up-to-date information on manic depression psychosis, turn to one of the most authoritative sources of articles, reports, studies, and analyses in the field: Psychiatrist.com.

Psychiatrist.com is a premier source of peer-reviewed articles on a wide range of topics in mental health and psychiatry. With content gleaned from multiple sources, Psychiatrist.com serves psychiatrists and mental health professionals as well as primary care physicians and other clinicians who treat patients with behavioral health and neuropsychiatric disorders.

On the pages of Psychiatrist.com, you’ll find many resources related to manic depression psychosis, including articles that explore the latest advances in symptoms of manic depression, diagnosis of manic depression, and treatment of manic depression, as well as other psychiatric conditions. Psychiatrist.com also provides a convenient way to earn CME credits through the CME Institute (CME Institute.com) with activities related to manic depression psychosis and other topics.

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Psychiatrist.com offers a wide range of CME activities, including activities related to manic depression psychosis. CME activities on the website are provided 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.

Through print, live, and online activities, you can earn AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM and track your activity with a free online tool. CME activities related to manic depression psychosis include titles like:

  • Predicting Remission in Late-Life Major Depression: A Clinical Algorithm Based Upon Past Treatment History. Erica L. F. Buchalter, Hanadi Ajam Oughli, Eric J. Lenze, David Dixon, J. Philip Miller, Daniel M. Blumberger, Jordan F. Karp, Charles F. Reynolds III, and Benoit H. Mulsant
    Rates of treatment resistance in randomized controlled trials in patients with late-life depression are as high as 77% using SSRIs, yet SSRIs are often used as first-line treatment. This CME article helps to optimize the selection of the next step in treating late-life depression..
  • Psychotropic Medication Monitoring: A Review. Matthew A. Schreiber, Stephanie C. Armstrong, and Jesse D. Markman
    Psychotropic medications provide therapeutic benefits but also carry iatrogenic risks. Medication monitoring helps minimize this risk. This CME journal article offers clinicians a review of guidelines and presents monitoring recommendations with a convenient 1-page quick guide..
  • Major Depressive Disorder in Primary Care: Strategies for Identification. Madhukar H. Trivedi
    Identification of depression is crucial, as untreated depression is linked to functional impairment and suicide. Learn from an expert about how measurement-based care provides a way to improve the recognition of depression and comorbid conditions..

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Psychiatrist.com publishes articles and research that originate from two sources: The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) and The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC). JCP is geared toward psychiatrists and mental health professionals and has been a leading source of peer-reviewed research for over 75 years. PCC is dedicated to advancing the clinical expertise of primary care physicians and other medical professionals who treat patients with mental and neurologic illnesses.

Content on Psychiatrist.com includes a rich collection of research around manic depression psychosis, diagnosis of maniacyclothymic disorderhypomanic episodes, and many other topics related to mania and depression. Material includes original research, case reports, Academic Highlights, brief reports, data analyses, commentaries, and many additional resources.

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Psychiatrist.com is dedicated to providing the latest information on a wide range of mental health topics for psychiatrists and mental health professionals along with primary care physicians and others who treat patients with mental illness. The evidence-based, peer-reviewed material on Psychiatrist.com covers a broad variety of subjects, including bipolar disorder treatment; ADHD tests; diagnosis of dementia and Parkinson’s disease; diagnosis of major depressive disorder (MDD) according to the criteria for major depressive disorder in DSM-5; treatment for undifferentiated schizophrenia; symptoms of schizotypal personality disorder; and many other topics related to general, family, interventional, integrated, functional, and medical psychiatry.

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