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Screening for Suicide Risk in a Brief Medication Management Appointment
The Suicide Risk Screening Alert is a clinical tool that assists the psychiatrist and nonpsychiatric physician in identifying patients at risk for suicide during brief medication management appointments.
Is Your Signal to Noise Ratio Improving?
With the fast growth of knowledge, the challenge to keep up with the ever-growing body of information is greater than ever.
The Outlook for Mental Health Services: A Perfect Storm on Our Hands
Funding for mental health services has never achieved top legislative priority, and reforms requiring parity succeeded only after years of hard-fought battles.
Drug Shortages Exist Across the Board
Ongoing shortages of several psychotropic medications have wreaked havoc among patients and their families, caused frustration and reluctant prescription switches among physicians, and prompted investigations by Congress.
Borderline Personality Disorder in Adolescents
BPD appears to be a neurodevelopmental disorder, influenced by the person’s genetics and brain development and shaped by early environment, including attachment and traumatic experiences.
Managing Suicide Risk in Borderline Personality Disorder
Staying empathic and keeping the conflict within the patient instead of between the patient and health care provider, is a key to successful management.
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