What is the most important contribution by peer support staff in mental health care? Take the quiz and learn more.
Download this educational supplement to review the challenges of managing bipolar disorder.
A clear problem creeping into the national dialogue is that patients with psychiatric issues all too frequently receive substandard medical care in the hospital setting. This points to the need to look for integrated approaches.
In this podcast, author Mark Lukach shares his experiences as the loved one of someone with new onset symptoms of mania, depression, suicidality, and psychosis.
New research suggests that viruses and metals in the brain may exacerbate Alzheimer disease and deep brain stimulation shows promise in slowing cognitive decline.
The authors discuss two fundamental misconceptions: the myth of the patient’s autonomy, and the myth of the incurability of the patient’s illness.
A small study finds that thyroid function may meditate treatment efficacy in patients with AD.
This CME identifies the sources of treatment-resistant ADHD in adults and focuses on preventing misdiagnosis and optimizing treatment.
A novel compound holds promise for addressing cognitive deficits in schizophrenia.
Although these medication-assisted treatments have been approved by the FDA and have strong empiric evidence for superior outcomes, it is important to know the good and the bad.
Highlights of 3 new studies investigate how to choose the best therapy for depression as well as the negative influences of polypharmacy and social media.
Researchers accumulated information on self-reported emotion regulation in patients with current and remitted MDD. Then, they crunched the data.
Upon Charles Krauthammer's death, his friend George F. Will wrote that when asked about how he became a columnist, he remarked, "First, you go to medical school.”
Hypomania looks very different when it’s mixed with depression.
Old data have recently been gathered and systematically presented—reinforced by a new study, but perhaps contradicted by another. So it’s time to revisit this story.