Our gift to you: CMEs on topics that range from restless legs syndrome, fatigue and depression, anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis, hoarding disorder, and more.
JANUARY An Update on MelancholiaFEBRUARYBereavement, Grief, and Depression: Clinical Update and ImplicationsMARCHSexual Dysfunction: The Role of Clinical PsychiatryAPRILInnovative Strategies for Addressing Substance Use Disorders: The Classic HallucinogensMAYInflammation, Immune Function, and Schizophrenia: An OverviewJUNEFatigue Symptoms and Depressive DisorderJULYRestless Legs Syndrome: Clinical Implications for PsychiatristsAUGUSTAnti-NMDA Receptor Encephalitis: Diagnostic Issues for PsychiatristsSEPTEMBERHoarding Throughout the Life SpanOCTOBER/NOVEMBERAntidepressants: 100 Years and CountingDECEMBERStress, Neural Plasticity, and Major Depression (link TBA)Â
Year in Review: 2017 CMEs – Psychiatric Times
Our CMEs expire after 18 months, a rarity in medical education. Plus they're all free of charge, as our gift to you!
Functional vs structural; melancholic vs non-melancholic; and hierarchy of treatment are the focus.
An in-depth CME on DSM-5 criteria for persistent complex bereavement disorder and the clinical management of pathological reactions to the death of a loved one.
Although many mysteries of sexual pathophysiology await illumination, patients may expect mental health professionals to provide guidance about their persistent sexual disappointments. Insights here.
The author discusses early-stage trials of psilocybin in the treatment of alcohol and tobacco use disorders as well as its uses for cancer-related anxiety and depression.
Current research investigates new pathophysiologic mechanisms and lays the groundwork for redefining schizophrenia based on distinct medical subclasses-which may lead to more targeted and effective treatments.
What's the connection between fatigue and depression, and to what extent can residual symptoms of fatigue lead to worsened outcomes?
While patients with restless legs syndrome may be successfully treated with a number of medications, comorbid psychiatric conditions present a unique challenge because many commonly prescribed psychiatric medications may worsen RLS symptoms.
This article focuses on the psychiatric and neurological implications of anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis.
A review of prevalence, impact, etiology and pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, and treatment.
This article focuses on the various classes of antidepressants and how they have evolved.