November 5th 2022
From the relationship between psychotic disorders and dementia risk to the major differences between bipolar I and bipolar II, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
August 26th 2021
January 8th 2021
November 10th 2020
A First-Episode Psychosis Treatment Program: “The Disease Doesn’t Define Me”February 28th 2017
The Psychiatric Transition Program at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego is a specialized first-episode psychosis program that provides coordinated specialty care to active-duty service members with serious mental illness.
Providing Culturally Competent Care: Understanding the Context of PsychosisOctober 31st 2016
Culture-the way people make meaning and live their lives in particular social worlds-matters in psychosis. The authors explore how a patient's cultural background should influence the way clinicians think about treatment and care.
Exploring the Psychosis-Depression Interface: Clinical ImplicationsOctober 31st 2016
A review of the distinction between depressive and psychotic symptom domains, current knowledge about the etiology and neurobiology of depression and psychosis, and how this knowledge can inform the treatment of patients with features of both.
Care for First-Episode Psychosis: New Insights From RAISEJanuary 2nd 2016
The first episode of psychosis represents a critical juncture in the treatment of schizophrenia. Here: A synopsis of 2-year outcomes from the NIMH Recovery After an Initial Schizophrenia Episode (RAISE) Early Treatment Program.
Targeting the Estrogen Receptor for Cognitive Impairment in SchizophreniaSeptember 29th 2015
Treatment with a selective estrogen receptor modulator in adjunct to antipsychotics was associated with improvements in attention and memory in men and women with schizophrenia in a recent trial.
Genetic Underpinnings of Intermediate Phenotypes in PsychosisSeptember 1st 2015
A recent study from the Bipolar-Schizophrenia Network on Intermediate Phenotypes (B-SNIP) investigated the genetics of the auditory event-related potential, a putative psychosis biomarker.
Research That Can Change Clinical Practice in Psychotic DisordersJuly 28th 2015
The need to stay up-to-date with the most current evidence-based information is becoming harder than ever. For this reason, the authors identify and evaluate published research that may have a direct bearing on clinical practice.