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Your premier source for the latest medical psychiatry research

For psychiatrists and health professionals seeking the most recent research in medical psychiatry, Psychiatrist.com provides a rich compendium of peer-reviewed articles and evidence-based information.

Psychiatrist.com is a leading source of scientifically rigorous research on a wide array of psychiatric disciplines. In addition to medical psychiatry content, you’ll find articles, features, case reports, and analyses on biological psychiatry, integrated psychiatry, child and adolescent psychiatry, interventional psychiatry, nutritional psychiatry, and other areas.

Additionally, Psychiatrist.com offers the opportunity for clinicians to earn CME credits with activities provided by the CME Institute of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc. The CME Institute (CMEInstitute.com) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Register on Psychiatrist.com today to take advantage of a broad range of research, podcasts, blogs, and other resources. Or subscribe for comprehensive access to all current and archived research on medical psychiatry and other subjects in the field of mental health.

Simplify your CME credits on Psychiatrist.com

As you work to satisfy your CME requirements, Psychiatrist.com offers the opportunity to earn AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ through activities provided by the CME Institute (CMEInstitute.com). Activities include a range of print, live, and online activities on a broad range of topics, including medical psychiatry, geriatric psychiatry, functional psychiatry, and others.

With a free registration on Psychiatrist.com, you’ll also have access to a MyCME account provided by the CME Institute. Through MyCME, you can keep a record of your CME activities and print transcripts and certificates as soon as you have completed activities.

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Peer-reviewed articles and research

The articles and research on Psychiatrist.com are compiled from several sources, including The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) and The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC). Content is intended to provide access to the latest advances in diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of conditions for psychiatrists, mental health professionals, primary care physicians, and others who treat patients with mental illness.

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FAQs on medical psychiatry research

Psychiatrist.com offers a rich collection of content around medical psychiatry, including news, features, articles, original research, case reports, Brief Reports, Academic Highlights, meta-analyses, systematic reviews, and more. A free registration provides you with access to many articles, while a subscription to JCP affords you unrestricted access to all content on the website.

Visit the JCP subscription page for information on pricing and subscription levels. You may subscribe to both the print and online versions of JCP, or simply to JCP online.

Typically, no. Nearly all CME activities on Psychiatrist.com are free of charge, though occasionally an activity will carry a $10 processing fee.

When you register as a user on Psychiatrist.com, a MyCME account will automatically be set up for you. MyCME is a free online tool that tracks your CME activity on the website, allowing you to start an activity at any time and return to finish it later, if you wish. MyCME also keeps a record of your completed activities and CME credits and enables you to print transcripts and certificates of credits earned.

How to take advantage of medical psychiatry resources on Psychiatrist.com

To access the wealth of information on medical psychiatry available through Psychiatrist.com, simply register for free on the website or subscribe to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry.

As a registered user, you may view the full text of certain free articles and supplements from JCP, as well as all articles and supplements from PCC. Registration also enables you to participate in 150+ CME activities and to track your progress with a free MyCME account.

As a subscriber to JCP, you’ll have access to every medical psychiatry article and resource available on the website. You can search for and view articles from any issue of the journal from 1997 to the present. You’ll have access to new issues the day they are released. And you may view online-first and online-only articles that are published in JCP weekly.

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Email alerts, or Elerts, from Psychiatrist.com provide updates whenever new medical psychiatry articles, research, case reports, and CME activities are posted on Psychiatrist.com. Elerts are delivered right to your inbox each day, making it easy to stay on top of the latest developments in your field. Elerts also include the table of contents for upcoming issues of JCP and PCC, and provide links to abstracts of articles from each issue.

About Psychiatrist.com

A digital property of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., Psychiatrist.com offers access to up-to-date research on symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of a wide range of behavioral health and neuropsychiatric disorders. Articles and CME activities available through Psychiatrist.com are gathered from three sources: The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, and the CME Institute at CMEInstitute.com.

Psychiatrist.com offers peer-reviewed, evidence-based material on a comprehensive assortment of psychiatry research topics, including symptoms of bipolar manic depressiondiagnosing ADHD and treating ADHD in adults; major depressive disorder (MDD) symptoms and MDD diagnosis; the latest research on schizophrenia; reports on psychiatry drugs; and many other topics related to mental and CNS disorders.

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