Psychiatric diagnoses

View the latest research on psychiatric diagnoses

For up-to-date research on psychiatric diagnoses of a broad range of mental and neuropsychiatric disorders, consult the authoritative information and peer-reviewed articles available through

As a leading source for evidence-based research in mental health and CNS disorders, offers a rich collection of articles on a wide range of topics. Search our database to find the latest research on manic depression, psychoanalysisbipolar disordernutritional psychiatry, ADHD, dementia, psychiatry drugs, and much more.

You can also earn AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ on with a wide range of CME activities provided by the CME Institute (

Register or subscribe today on to access the latest articles from leading psychiatry journals as well as a deep archive of research on a wide variety of subjects in psychiatry.

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Through the CME Institute – a division of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc. – offers the opportunity to earn CME credit with 150+ activities. When you register on, you’ll immediately have access to CME activities on a broad range of subjects, allowing you to earn CME credits at your convenience. As a registered user, you’ll also have access to MyCME, a free online tool that lets you track your CME progress, begin activities and return to them later, and print transcription certificates of credits you have earned. CME activities on are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

CME activities cover psychiatric diagnoses and treatment of a broad array of conditions. Activities include titles such as:


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Access peer-reviewed articles on psychiatric diagnoses sources content from several journals. Research and articles from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) provide psychiatrists and mental health professionals with the latest information on psychiatric diagnoses and treatment of mental and neurological illnesses. Articles from The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders help primary care physicians and other clinicians to improve their clinical experience as they treat patients with mental and CNS disorders.

Resources related to psychiatric diagnoses and treatment include peer-reviewed articles, case reports, Academic Highlights, meta-analyses, Brief Reports, and other evidence-based research.

Resources related to psychiatric diagnoses include articles such as:

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When you register as a user on, you’ll automatically be set up with a MyCME account. MyCME is a free online tool from the CME Institute that keeps a record of your CME activity on Every time you start or finish a CME activity, your progress will appear in your MyCME account. Once you have passed a posttest and completed an evaluation, you can print a certificate or transcript from your MyCME account of the credits you’ve earned.

You can print a certificate immediately after passing a posttest and completing an evaluation for a CME activity.

Yes. With your MyCME account, you can start an activity and return to finish it later at a more convenient time.

Register or subscribe to access articles, Elerts, and other benefits

Accessing research on psychiatric diagnoses is easy on Much of the research is available at no charge with a free registration on the website. As a registered user, you can view the full text of supplements from JCP as well as many free articles, and you’ll have access to all articles and supplements from PCC. Your registration also enables you to participate in CME activities and to track your progress with a free MyCME account. Additionally, you can sign up for email alerts, or Elerts, that offer daily updates on new articles, research, reports, and CME activities that are published on the website.

For more complete access to information on psychiatric diagnoses, you need only subscribe 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. You’ll also have access to online articles published in JCP Weekly, and you’ll be able to view new issues of the journal online on the day they are released. podcasts offer highlights of the latest research

Podcasts from make it easy to stay on top of the latest advances in psychiatric diagnoses. Each podcast is a 15- to 25-minute summary of all the articles in an edition of The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry or The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders. You’ll get an overview of the research as well as a summary of the findings, and you’ll be able to flag articles you wish to follow up with later. podcasts are a convenient way to keep current with the most recent research in psychiatric diagnoses and other topics.


A digital property of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., is a leading source of peer-reviewed, evidence-based research on a wide range of behavioral health and CNS disorders. includes content for psychiatrists and mental health professionals along with materials for primary care physicians and other healthcare professionals who work with patients with mental illness.

Content on is compiled from three sources: The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (a leading psychiatry research journal), The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, and the CME Institute at The psychiatry journal articles and research published on the website touch on a broad array of topics, including bipolar disorder symptoms; treatment for Alzheimer’s disease; diagnosis of recurrent major depressive disorder; ADHD symptoms; the latest research on schizotypal personality disorders; and many other areas of psychiatry and psychotherapy.

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