Psychiatry information

Your premier source for psychiatry information is a leading source for peer-reviewed, evidence-based psychiatry information. Offering a deep collection of articles, case reports, studies, and analyses, provides clinicians with scientifically rigorous research on a broad range of mental illnesses and neuropsychiatric disorders.

On the pages of, you’ll find content drawn from leading psychiatry and psychopharmacology journals. Content on the site explores the latest advances in psychiatric diagnoses and treatment of many illnesses and disorders, as well as topics in nutritional psychiatry, integrated psychiatry, family psychiatry, interventional psychiatry, psychotherapy, and many other psychiatric disciplines.

In addition to psychiatry information, offers 150+ CME activities coordinated through the CME Institute of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc. CME activities offer the opportunity to earn AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ at your convenience on a schedule that works for you.

A free registration on provides access to many of the benefits and research on the website. A paid subscription provides complete access to all articles and psychiatry information that has to offer.

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

Your registration on the website gives you access to MyCME, a free online tool from the CME Institute that tracks your CME activity on Through MyCME, you can easily start an activity one day and finish it another. You can also easily print certificates and transcripts that document the credits you have earned. offers CME activities that cover a wide range of psychiatry information, including:


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The latest peer-reviewed psychiatry information offers a vast collection of psychiatry information and research on many behavioral health and neuropsychiatric disorders. Content on the website originates from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) and The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC). JCP is a leading source of peer-reviewed psychiatry information for psychiatrists and mental health professionals. PCC is dedicated to providing primary care physicians and other clinicians with research that can advance their clinical expertise as they treat patients with mental and CNS disorders.

Psychiatry information on includes peer-reviewed articles, commentaries, Academic Highlights, case reports, original research, Brief Reports, psychopharmacology reports, meta-analyses, and more.

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Much of the psychiatry information on can be accessed at no cost by simply registering for free on the website. For complete access to all psychiatry information available through, you’ll need a subscription to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry.

To choose an online-only or online/print subscription to JCP, just visit the JCP subscription page on the website for offers and pricing. offers 150+ CME activities on a wide range of topics, provided by the CME Institute ( The CME Institute is a division of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., and is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. CME activities on offer the opportunity to earn AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

When you register for free on, you’ll automatically receive a free online MyCME account where you can track your CME activity on the website.

Register or subscribe for access to psychiatry information

To access the rich collection of psychiatry information on, you may register for free or choose a subscription to JCP.

Registered users may access many free resources on the website, including certain free articles and supplements published in JCP, as well as all articles and supplements from The Primary Care Companion. Your registration also provides access to many CME activities on the website, along with a free MyCME account for keeping track of your activity and printing transcripts and certificates.

To view all psychiatry information available through, simply choose a subscription package to JCP. As a subscriber, you may view any article published in JCP from 1997 to the present, and you’ll have immediate access to new issues on the day they are released. Additionally, subscribers can access online-only and online-first articles published in JCP Weekly and enjoy all the benefits of a registered user as well.

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To stay up to date on all the psychiatry information published on, sign up for free email alerts, or Elerts, that can be delivered to your inbox daily. Elerts notify you of new articles, reports, case studies, CME activities, and other psychiatry information as soon as it is available on the website. With Elerts, you’ll also be able to view the table of contents for upcoming issues of JCP and PCC and access article abstracts from each issue.


Owned and managed by Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., compiles articles and research from multiple sources. The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry is a leading psychopharmacology journal and psychiatric rehabilitation journal that is among the 10 most-cited journals in the industry. The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders provides primary care physicians and others who treat patients with mental illness with information of direct clinical utility. And the CME Institute ( is a leading source for CME credits for clinicians.

Articles on address diagnosis and treatment of a comprehensive range of mental and CNS disorders. Topics include characteristics of ADHD; diagnosing Lewy body dementia; research into disorganized schizophrenia symptoms; the latest major depressive disorder treatments; and many other aspects of general, interventional, functional, integrated, family, geriatric, and neuropsychiatry.

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Generalizability of the Results of Efficacy Trials in First-Episode Schizophrenia: Comparing Outcome and Study Discontinuation of Groups of Participants in the Optimization of Treatment and Management of Schizophrenia in Europe (OPTiMiSE) Trial

First-episode schizophrenia patients with suicidal ideation and substance use disorder are often excluded from clinical trials. Omitting...