Author | Leslie L. Citrome, MD, MPH


Evidence-Based Practices in Managing Agitation and Aggression

September 03, 2014


A video summarizing key points of a presentation titled “Agitation and Aggression: Managing the Acute Episode and Beyond, An Evidence-Based Approach.”

Evidence-Based Use of Antipsychotics: A Quick “How To”

September 26, 2013


How can you apply the framework and philosophy of evidence-based medicine to the use of antipsychotic medication? Here to discuss is Leslie L. Citrome, MD, MPH.

Psychopharmacology of Aggression and Violence in Mental Illness

April 02, 2012


Several studies have been undertaken to test the efficacy of drugs in the management of aggression and hostility in patients with schizophrenia and other mood disorders.

What to Make of CATIE: Are We Better Off With Atypical Antipsychotics?

January 08, 2010


CATIE can be viewed as a switch study. Switches offer both opportunity and risk. Data from CATIE demonstrate differences in overall effectiveness, but these differences depend on the individual patient context.

Recent Developments in Antipsychotic Use in Adults

May 01, 2003


Increasing variations in mechanisms of action of atypical antipsychotics, side-effect profiles, and efficacy among the atypicals enable clinicians to tailor treatments to individual response, side-effect history, and current medical conditions.