Schizophrenia research

Your guide to the latest schizophrenia research

For the latest evidence-based, peer-reviewed schizophrenia research, turn to one of the leading psychiatric resources for clinical information: Psychiatrist.com.

You’ll find authoritative articles, case studies, reports, and meta-analyses on schizophrenia in all its forms, including undifferentiated schizophrenia, residual schizophreniacatatonic schizophreniadisorganized schizophrenia, and paranoid schizophrenia. You can also earn CME credits at your convenience and keep a record of your activity and progress with a free online tool.

Register today to access free articles, podcasts, and blogs. Or subscribe for complete access to all schizophrenia research on Psychiatrist.com.

Schizophrenia research, articles, studies, and more

Psychiatrist.com presents schizophrenia research from several sources. Material from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) is intended for psychiatrists and mental health professionals, while articles from The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC) are designed to advance the clinical expertise of primary care physicians and other healthcare professionals who treat patients with schizoid personality disorder and other mental illnesses.

Schizophrenia research on Psychiatrist.com includes peer-reviewed articles and features, original research, Academic Highlights, commentaries, case reports, brief reports, and psychopharmacological content.

From diagnosing disorganized schizophrenia symptoms to outlining advances in treatment for schizotypal personality disorder, the articles on Psychiatrist.com related to schizophrenia include titles such as:

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How to earn CME credits on Psychiatrist.com

Psychiatrist.com provides a convenient and simple way to earn AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM from 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. Go to Psychiatrist.com to find schizophrenia research, reports, and studies, where you’ll also find a broad array of CME activities related to schizophrenia, and you can use the MyCME tool on Psychiatrist.com or CMEInstitute.com to keep a record of the activities you start and complete. Each time you begin an article, finish an activity, or pass a posttest, MyCME will update your record immediately. And once you have completed a posttest or evaluation, you can immediately print a certificate or transcript of your credits earned.

CME activities related to schizophrenia research on Psychiatrist.com include titles like:

FAQs about schizophrenia research

You can access a wide number of free articles on Psychiatrist.com by registering with the site at no charge. Your registration also provides access to blogs, podcasts, and a variety of other benefits. For full access to all schizophrenia research in current and previous issues of The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, consider a paid subscription.

Subscriptions for JCP are available as online-only subscriptions and as print and online subscriptions. Current subscription rates can be found here.

MyCME is a free online tool available at CMEInstitute.com that maintains a record of your participation in CME activities on Psychiatrist.com. MyCME keeps track of completed activities as well as activities you have started and want to return to later. MyCME also maintains a record of the AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM that you have earned from 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. MyCME also lets you print CME certificates and transcripts.

The number of credits for each CME activity varies, but most activities offer between 0.50 and 2.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM from the CME Institute.

Subscribe for complete access to schizophrenia research

When you want access to all current and historical resources related to schizophrenia research, a paid subscription to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry enables you to view the full text of every article in every issue of the JCP from 1997 to the present. You’ll have access to new issues as soon as they are released and access to online-first and online-only articles released weekly as well.

Register for Elerts, CME access, and more

If you’re not yet ready to subscribe to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, you may register for free on Psychiatrist.com to receive many free benefits. Registration gives you access to the full text of articles in The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, as well as some supplements to JCP. You can also participate in CME activities—your free registration automatically creates a MyCME account. And you can sign up for email alerts, or Elerts, that provide daily notices of new articles and CME offerings as well as the table of contents and article abstracts from upcoming issues of JCP and PCC.

About Psychiatrist.com

Psychiatrist.com is published by Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc. The website features material drawn from three sources: The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, the CME Institute, and The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, the official psychopharmacology journal of the American Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology (ASCP).

Psychiatrist.com provides lifelong learning opportunities for clinicians by offering evidence-based, peer-reviewed information about the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of mental and neurologic illnesses.

Content on Psychiatrist.com includes authoritative information on a broad variety of topics, including: schizotypal personality disorder; diagnosing ADHD in children and treating ADHD in adults; diagnosis of manic depression; definition of major depressive disorder in DSM 5 as well as advances in MDD diagnosis and treatment; diagnosis of all stages of dementia from mild cognitive impairment to late stage Alzheimer’s disease; and other mental health topics.

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