Welcome to Psychiatric Times' coverage of the 169th Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, May 14 to 18, 2016, with a focus on schizophrenia. See our other topic-specific pages:
APA 2016: Major Depressive Disorder
Psychiatry: Then and Now
Thoughts about the current state of psychiatry by Psychiatric Times' Editor in Chief.
CBT for Psychosis
How to make cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosis feasible in a busy practice with limited resources.
Detection and Intervention for Adolescents With Early Psychosis: Promising Approaches
The key to identification of prodromal psychosis may lie in community-based outreach.
Biomarkers, Personalized Medicine, and Schizophrenia
The personalized medicine approach is predicated upon a greater understanding of the biology of illness and how it plays out—uniquely and specifically—for each individual patient.
A Multidisciplinary Approach to First-Episode Psychosis
First-episode psychosis cases are presented here using the RAISE study model—individual sessions, family psycho-education, social advancement in school work, and an expert psychiatrist prescriber.
How Mental Health Apps Are Regulated—or Are They?
Is there clinical evidence for the use of digital tools like smartphone apps for schizophrenia and other psychiatric illnesses?
Treatment Challenges of Late Life Psychosis
When treating psychosis, dementia, addiction, and other psychiatric illnesses in older patients, clinicians must be prepared for a multitude of scenarios.
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