Addressing medicolegal, risk management, regulatory, and forensic mental health issues in the older population. Image ©Lightspring/Shutterstock.
Aerobic Exercise and Cognition in People With Schizophrenia
What should you tell your patients with schizophrenia about exercise?
Natural Supplements and Vitamins for Treatment and Prevention of Dementia and Cognitive Decline
Here: a look at several natural products used to improve cognitive impairment or cognitive symptoms of dementia.
Blood, Truth—and the Decision to Transfuse
Does this patient have decision making capacity to refuse a blood transfusion that will likely save his life? You are the ethics consultant, and the decision is yours.
A Promising Approach to Improve Cognition
Details of a randomized trial of an alpha-7 nicotinic receptor agonist in schizophrenia.
Identifying Mild Neurocognitive Disorder in Older Patients
Depression can be accompanied by cognitive symptoms, but the nature of the relationship between these symptom categories is multifaceted.
Of Blood and Truth
Ethics case quiz: A patient's inconsistent decisions regarding treatment are cause for concern. What to do?
Physician-Assisted Dying for Adolescents With Intractable Mental Illness?
How radically do we want to alter the physician’s traditional ethical obligations to the most vulnerable of patients?
Ethical and Legal Issues in Geriatric Psychiatry
The presence of a psychiatric diagnosis does not necessarily indicate lack of decisional capacity.
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