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Maintenance and Long-Term Treatment Issues in Special Populations: BD and Dementia

Maintenance and Long-Term Treatment Issues in Special Populations: BD and Dementia

CME for this activity has expired.

Psychiatric Times January 2005 Vol. XXII Issue 1

 


 

Sponsored by CME LLC for 1.5 Category 1 credits.
Original release date 1/05. Approved for CME credit through 12/31/05.


 

Educational Objectives:

After reading this article, you will be familiar with:

  • The needs of special populations with bipolar disorder with regard to long-term compliance with pharmacotherapy.
  • Gender and ethnic differences in the treatment of various forms of dementia.

 

Who will benefit from reading this article?

Psychiatrists, primary care physicians, neurologists, nurse practitioners, psychiatric nurses and other mental health care professionals.

Continuing education credit is available for most specialties. To determine if this article meets the CE requirements for your specialty, please contact your state licensing board.

 


Dr. Pies is clinical professor of psychiatry at Tufts University. His most recent books include Creeping Thyme, a collection of poetry (Brandylane Publishing); Zimmerman's Tefillin, a short story collection (Publish America); and Handbook of Essential Psychopharmacology, 2nd ed., forthcoming from American Psychiatric Publishing.

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