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Decriminalizing Mental Illness

U.S. correctional institutions, local courts, and police officers frequently encounter people with untreated mental health disorders. Once incarcerated, individuals with …

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Patient Perspective: Self Advocacy In Mental Health

Laura Kaponer, Certified Peer Support Specialist, sits down with Dr. Miranda Fisher to share her perspective on the importance of …

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Patient Perspective: Wellness Strategies For Recovery From Mental Health Conditions

Laura Kaponer, Certified Peer Support Specialist, sits down with Dr. Miranda Fisher to discuss wellness strategies focused on improving mental …

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Patient Perspective: The Importance Of Mental Health Professionals

Laura Kaponer, Certified Peer Support Specialist, sits down with Dr. Miranda Fisher to share her perspective on the stigma mental …

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Patient Perspective: Living Under The Stigma Of Having An Invisible Disability

Laura Kaponer, Certified Peer Support Specialist, sits down with Dr. Miranda Fisher to share her story on being diagnosed with …

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Integrated Care Gets A Leg Up With Virtual First

Plugging into systems for integrated “whole person” care is increasingly an imperative for all provider organizations—whether they offer primary or …

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Cultural Considerations In Early Psychosis: An Interview With Dr. Joseph Deluca

Dr. Joseph Deluca will discuss the importance of working in a culturally sensitive way in early psychosis care and clinical …

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Long-Acting Injectable Antipsychotics Now Easier To Find Closer To Home

During their 2021 legislative sessions, both Maryland and North Carolina enacted bills to allow pharmacists to administer long-acting injectable antipsychotics …

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Quality Standards & Performance Measures Infographic

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U.S. Drug Overdose Deaths Rose Nearly 30% In 2020

Drug overdose deaths in the United States rose nearly 30% in 2020, based on state data reported on July 4, …

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Building New Bridges – Behavioral Health & Law Enforcement

Across the United States, at least 20% of police calls for service involve a mental health or substance use crisis. …

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Self-Disclosure Of Mental Health: An Interview With A Peer Support Specialist About His Journey Toward Recovery

Join Dwayne Mayes, a peer support coach, as he shares his personal experience with self-disclosure and gives viewers words of …

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SAMHSA Seeks To Increase Use Of CBT For Psychosis From Current 1% To Standard Treatment

Standard treatment for schizophrenia disorders should include cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosis (CBTp), according to the federal Substance Abuse and …

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Patient Perspective: Recovering From A Mental Illness

Laura Kaponer, Certified Peer Support Specialist, sits down with Dr. Miranda Fisher to discuss the many facets of recovery and …

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A Patient & Caregiver’s Guide: Recognizing & Responding To Residual Symptoms Of Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)

While remission is the goal in treatment of patients with major depressive disorder (MDD), residual or lingering symptoms are common, …

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Behavioral Health Prevalence Up 50% & Claims Drop By 8%

The number of individuals with behavioral health needs in 2020 and 2021 was about 50% higher compared to 2019, before …

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Digital Technologies For Bipolar Disorder

Please join us for this discussion providing an overview of the use of digital technologies in bipolar disorder. Dr Goulding …

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Patient Perspective: Impact Of Self-Stigma On Recovery

Laura Kaponer, Certified Peer Support Specialist, sits down with Dr. Miranda Fisher to share her perspective on how self-stigma can …

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Maryland & North Carolina Implementing New Laws To Permit Pharmacists To Administer Long-Acting Injectable Antipsychotics

During their 2021 legislative sessions, both Maryland and North Carolina enacted bills to allow pharmacists to administer long-acting injectable (LAI) …

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Anxiety In Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) Fact Sheet

This infographic provides information on recognizing when anxiety becomes prominent in clinical depression and how to take steps toward getting …

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Digital Technologies For Substance Use Disorder

Arturo C. Taca, MD, Psychiatrist & Medical Director, INSynergy Treatment Center, describes the unmet treatment needs in addiction and mental …

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The Number Of U.S. Behavioral Health Service Locations Increased 34% Over The Past Decade

Between 2011 and 2019, the number of “specialty behavioral health establishments,” defined as mental health and/or addiction treatment service locations. …

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NAMI: Mental Health Care Matters

Mental health treatment-therapy, medication and self-care, have made recovery a reality for most people experiencing mental illness. Although taking the …

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63% Of People With Schizophrenia Take Medications Raising Risk Of Cognitive Impairment

About 63% of people with schizophrenia take medications with anticholinergic properties associated with cognitive impairment. Anticholinergics are substances that block …

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Homeless Consumers With Chronic Mental Illness Have 32% Higher Health Costs Than Those Supportive Housing

In Maricopa County, Arizona, individuals with chronic mental illness (CMI) who experienced chronic homelessness have a 32% higher average health …

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Shared Decision-Making & Supporting Changes In Treatment

Explore the integration of shared decision-making into treatment plans to help patients achieve daily small steps to improve and maintain …

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What Role Can LAIs Play In Early-Phase Schizophrenia?

Understand the holistic causes of relapse, including thinking and acting long-term, emotional challenges, and adherence and review possible ways to …

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Psychiatric Advance Directive Fact Sheet

This is a downloadable text document on Psychiatric Advance Directive (PAD). This material is expected to serve as an introductory …

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Over 60% Of People With Schizophrenia Use Tobacco; Use of Other Substances Tops 76%

About 62.3% of people hospitalized for schizophrenia spectrum disorders (SSDs) used tobacco. About 76.8% used tobacco or other substances such …

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Motivational Interviewing & Goal-Setting With Patients

Deep dive into steps designed to help motivate patients to take action towards meeting their goals.

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Neuroimaging Updates In Schizophrenia & The Future Of Precision Medicine: An Interview With Dr. Anissa Abi-Dargham

Dr. Anissa Abi-Dargham will provide updates on the use of neuroimaging in Schizophrenia. She will focus on the recent findings …

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Recovery-Oriented Perspective & Approach (ROPA)

Listen to Amica Simmons-Yon, PharmD, PhD, Jacquelyn Canning, PharmD, BCPP, and Hiten Patadia, PharmD as they spill the tea about …

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Recovery-Oriented Perspective & Approach (ROPA) To Behavioral Health Care: A Discussion Among A Clinician & A Peer Specialist On Acknowledgment & Addressing Of Recovery Challenges

Hear from Alison A. Carroll, LCSW-R and Dwayne Mayes, MS address questions from their webinar series on Recovery-Oriented Perspective and …

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Recovery-Oriented Perspective & Approach (ROPA) To Behavioral Health Care: A Discussion Among A Clinician & A Peer Specialist On Conveying Hope During One’s Recovery Journey

Join Alison A. Carroll, LCSW-R and Dwayne Mayes, MS, as they address questions from their webinar series on Recovery-Oriented Perspective …

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Recovery-Oriented Perspective & Approach (ROPA) To Behavioral Health Care: A Discussion Among A Clinician & A Peer Specialist On Inclusive Recovery

Hear from Alison A. Carroll, LCSW-R and Dwayne Mayes, MS, address questions from their webinar series on Recovery-Oriented Perspective and …

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Justifying The Role Of A Clinical Pharmacist In Hospitals

In this interview, Andy M. Williams, PharmD, BCPP, BCGP discusses and shares specific tools and examples around justifying the role …

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Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale (HAM-A)

Administration time: 10–15 minutes

Main purpose: To assess the severity of symptoms of anxiety Population Adults, adolescents and children

The HAM-A was …

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Psychotherapies For Mood Disorders & Schizophrenia

In the last decades, psychotherapy has gained increasing acceptance as a major treatment option for mood disorders and schizophrenia. This …

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Mental Wellness Across The Lifespan: Identifying Children At Risk For Mental Health Disorders With Dr. Mojgan Makki

Dr. Mojgan Makki, MD, DFAACAP shares her perspectives with Dr. Jacquelyn Canning on identifying children, adolescents, and young adults at …

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Mental Wellness Across The Lifespan: Dr. Mojgan Makki Shares Perspectives On Research In Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Tune in for this interview clip featuring Dr. Mojgan Makki, MD, DFAACAP as she shares her perspectives with Dr. Jacquelyn …

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Mental Wellness Across The Lifespan: Dr. Mojgan Makki On Accessing Care In Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Listen in as Mojgan Makki, MD, DFAACAP provides thoughts on accessing care for families in need of child and adolescent …

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The Importance Of Housing For Individuals With Mental Illness

The presentation entitled “The Importance of Housing for Individuals with Mental Illness” with speaker Kathy Day helps bring light to …

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How Virtual Behavioral Health Organizations “Fit” In the Health Care Ecosystem

Investments in behavioral health virtual delivery systems have dwarfed investments in brick and mortar services. In 2020, digital behavioral health …

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Those With A Recent History Of Homelessness & Mental Illness Who Declined Housing First Individual Placement & Support Services Had Lower Odds Of Obtaining Employment

Those with a recent history of homelessness and mental illness who declined Housing First individual placement and support services had …

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Incidence Of Depression Doubled Among Young Adult College Students During COVID-19 Emergency

During the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) public health emergency in the United Kingdom, the incidence of clinical depression more than …

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Clinical Trials Fact Sheet

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Self-Medication & Substance Abuse In Mental Health: A Caregiver’s Perspective

In this interview, Kathy Day answers questions pertaining to self-medication and substance abuse in individuals with mental health conditions.

Kathy Day, …

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Digital Is Hot & Mental Health Is Hotter

“In a few years, we won’t really be talking about digital health as its own thing. I think digital will …

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Consumers Can Now Get Mental Health Services At CVS. Where?

As usual, a lot has been happening in the care of consumers with chronic and complex conditions.
Despite the pause on …

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Mental Health Awareness Month 2021 Toolkit

Mental Health America (MHA) started Mental Health Month in 1949 to communicate the importance of mental health to overall health. MHA …

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Schizophrenia: Fast Facts

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Value-Added Pharmacist-Run Programs In Hospitals

In this presentation, Melissa Mitchell, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP, BCGP addresses value-added pharmacist-run programs in hospitals including creating specific, measurable, attainable, …

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National Certified Peer Specialists (NCPS)

Opportunities for peers to work in a variety of systems and settings to support individuals in achieving and maintaining recovery …

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NAMI: You Are Not Alone

Million of people are affected by mental illness each year. Across the country, many people just like you work, perform, …

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NAMI: Common Warning Signs of Mental Illness

Diagnosing Mental Illness isn’t a straightforward science. We can’t test for it the same way we can test blood sugar …

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A Recovery-Oriented Perspective & Approach To Behavioral Health Care: A Discussion Among A Peer & A Clinical Provider On Treatment Decision Making

From the Part II of the webinar on “A Recovery-Oriented Perspective and Approach to Behavioral Health Care”, hear from Alison …

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Helping Friends Understand Your Mental Health Condition

This interview, developed by Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA), with Linea Johnson, highlights Ms. Johnson’s lived experience with friends …

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Discussion Of Identifying Profiles Of Patients With Bipolar I Disorder Who Would Benefit From Maintenance Therapy With A Long-Acting Injectable Antipsychotic

Mauricio Tohen, MD, DrPH, MBA; Joseph F. Goldberg, MD participated in a recent roundtable meeting, discussing the use of long-acting …

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A World Without

This video, developed by Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA), the amazing accomplishments of some of history’s most notable figures …

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Social Cognitive Impairment Similar In Schizophrenia & Autism

Those with “schizophrenia spectrum disorders” (SSDs) and those with “autism spectrum disorder” (ASD) have similar levels of social cognitive impairment. …

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Frequent Psychiatric Hospitalization Is Highest Among Those With Schizophrenia

The odds of becoming a “high utilizer” of psychiatric hospital services are highest among those with schizophrenia, at 111% higher. …

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B4Stage4 – Where To Get Help

When you’ve decided to seek help for a possible mental health condition, knowing what resources are available and where to …

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Bipolar Disorder: Tips & Pearls For Clinical Practice

World Bipolar Day (WBD) – an initiative of the Asian Network of Bipolar Disorder (ANBD), the International Bipolar Foundation (IBPF), …

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Use Of Antidepressant & Antipsychotic Medications Rose From 2013 To 2018

Between 2013 and 2018, the number of persons in the U.S. civilian non-institutionalized population (age 16 and older) obtaining a …

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Trends In Behavioral Health: Social Determinants Of Health & Peer Support: Playing A Role In Mental Health Treatment & Recovery During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Social determinants of health (SDoH) is something that has long been on payers’ minds when it comes to mental health. …

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Pearls For Practice: Self-injury, Stigma, & Safety

Self-injury is a difficult concept for many to grasp, even for some that have worked in the mental health field …

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Bipolar By The Numbers

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A Look At Adherence In Bipolar Disorder

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Digital Technologies For Schizophrenia

Dr. Brian Kirkpatrick, MD, MSPH, Chair of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine, …

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31% Of Youth & Young Adults Prescribed Psychotropic Medications Report Misuse

Of the approximately 37,700 U.S. youth (aged 12 to 17 years) and young adults (aged 18 to 25 years) who …

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The Confess Project Aims To Improve Community & Promote Mental Health “Through The Barber Chair, One Client At A Time.”

Meet Lorenzo Lewis and The Confess Project, a nonprofit that is building a culture of mental health for boys and …

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APA Releases New Evidence-based Practice Guideline for Patients with Schizophrenia

Patients with schizophrenia should have documented, comprehensive, and person-centric treatment plans that include evidence-based nonpharmacologic and pharmacological treatments, according to …

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People With Schizophrenia Have 2.7 Times The Risk Of Death Due To COVID-19 After Adjusting For Medical Risk Factors

People with schizophrenia spectrum disorder (schizophrenia) have about 2.7 times higher odds of dying from coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) than …

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Mental Health System Transformation: From Ideas To Action

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Transforming Mental Health Care in the United States-RAND 1/11/2021 Mental Health Systems Solutions Explorer

Through a series of interviews of mental health experts across the US, including government officials, public administrators, health system executives, …

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A Recovery-Oriented Perspective & Approach To Behavioral Health Care: A Discussion Among A Peer & A Clinical Provider (ROPA Series Part 2)

Recovery is possible for most individuals living with a mental health condition and this is a process that can improve …

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CMS Approves Oklahoma Medicaid Waiver To Cover IMD Services For Addiction & Serious Mental Illness

On December 22, 2020, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) approved Oklahoma’s Medicaid waiver to expand access to …

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Davidson County Tennessee Opens Center As Jail Alternative For Mentally Ill Offenders

The Davidson County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) in Tennessee opened a new Behavioral Care Center (BCC) to serve as an alternative …

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A Recovery-Oriented Perspective & Approach To Behavioral Health Care (ROPA): A Glossary Discussion

Recovery is possible for most individuals living with a mental health condition and this is a process that can improve …

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Young Adults With Higher Than Average Use Of Social Media More Likely To Develop Depression Within Six Months

Young adults ages 18 to 30 in the United States who had higher than average social media use were more …

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Facebook Activity Analysis Can Predict First-Episode Mental Health Hospitalizations Up 18 Months Prior To Diagnosis

A new group of machine learning algorithms analyzing Facebook posts identify users who were subsequently hospitalized for first-episode schizophrenia spectrum …

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Long-Acting Injectable Antipsychotics Reduce Hospitalizations Among Individuals With Early-Phase Schizophrenia

Long-acting injectable antipsychotic (LAI) use by individuals with early-phase schizophrenia can significantly delay time to hospitalization. According to a recent …

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Serious Psychological Stress Tops 13% In 2020, Up From 3.9% In 2018

Reported prevalence of serious psychological distress among U.S. adults was 13.6% in April 2020 and 13% in July 2020, largely …

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A Recovery-Oriented Perspective & Approach To Behavioral Health Care: A Discussion Among A Peer & A Clinical Provider (ROPA Series Part 1)

Recovery is possible for most individuals living with a mental health condition and this is a process that can improve …

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Future Of Health Care Beyond 2020 Series: Interview With Joseph Goldberg, MD

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Interview With A Patient In A First-Episode Psychosis (FEP) Program

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The EARLY Clinic Program: Treating First-Episode Psychosis

This informative recording features Mauricio Tohen, MD, DrPH, MBA, Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the …

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Role Of Pharmacogenetics Testing In Psychiatry

Joseph Goldberg, MD, and Lisa Goldstone, PharmD, MS, discuss the benefits and limitations of pharmacogenetics testing on current psychiatric practice …

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Association of Cognition With Level Of Negative Symptomatology In First-Episode Psychosis

Schizophrenia is marked by considerable heterogeneity in clinical course and functional outcome. Two underlying reasons for this are differences in …

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The Importance Of First Episode Psychosis Programs

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Does Stigma In First-Episode Psychosis Impact Outcomes?

Awareness and exploration of the scope and consequences of stigma toward mental illness in general—and psychotic disorders in particular—is a …

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Northwestern University Recovery From Early Episode Psychosis Program (REPP)

Morris Goldman, MD, Stacy Prokopios, LCSW, and Lauren Walker, OTR/L, provide an overview of the Recovery from Early Episode Psychosis …

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Recovery After Initial Schizophrenic Episode – Early Treatment Program (RAISE-ETP) Interview With Dr. John Kane

John M. Kane provides commentary on the results of the Recovery After Initial Schizophrenic Episode – Early Treatment Program (RAISE-ETP) …

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Hospitalization Following First Episode Of Psychosis More Likely With Treatment Delay, Medication Nonadherence & Substance Misuse

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Recovery After Initial Schizophrenic Episode – Early Treatment Program (RAISE-ETP)

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Half Of People With Early Psychosis Symptoms May Not Have Schizophrenia

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Giving Mental Illness A Voice: Patient Perspectives On Self-Disclosure & Stigma

Individuals living with mental illness often struggle with disclosing their mental health condition to others like friends, family, and employers, …

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California’s Ventura County Seeks Services For Early Detection, Intervention & Prevention Of Psychosis

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The Art Of Clinical Assessment In Patients With Bipolar Disorder

Definitions and classifications for mental disorders and symptomology from publications like the Diagnostic & Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) …

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75% Of Clinical Episodes Had Lower Costs In Medicare Bundled Payment Program

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Psychiatric Illness Identification & Treatment For Mass Casualty Event Survivors & First Responders (Emergency Relief Series Part 2)

Psychiatric illnesses are common among survivors of man-made mass casualty incidents. The symptoms and conditions experienced can even be experienced …

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Early Intervention Services Have Superior Outcomes For Early-Phase Psychosis

People with early-phase psychosis who received a set of services considered “early intervention services” (EIS) had more symptom improvement, a …

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Neuromodulation Techniques: State Of The Science

Clinicians managing patients with behavioral health issues are presented with various diagnostic and treatment challenges, spanning the areas of neurobiology, …

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How Does Stigma Influence Help-Seeking For Those At Risk For Or Experiencing First-Episode Psychosis?

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Five Years Of Specialised Early Intervention Versus Two Years Of Specialised Early Intervention Followed By Three Years Of Standard Treatment For Patients With A First Episode Psychosis: Randomised, Superiority, Parallel Group Trial In Denmark (OPUS II)

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Can Sleep Loss Trigger Mood Episodes In Bipolar Disorder?

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Webinar Summary – Early Intervention In Schizophrenia: Targeting Metabolic Dysfunction

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Early Intervention In Schizophrenia: Targeting Metabolic Dysfunction

Increasingly, schizophrenia is considered a medical psychiatric disease. There is evidence that metabolic changes occur within the first episode of …

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Ten-Year Outcomes Of First-Episode Psychoses In The MRC ÆSOP-10 Study

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First-Episode Psychosis Intervention Did Not Reduce Receipt Of Social Security Disability Benefits More Than Usual Care

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Neuroprogression & Episode Recurrence In Bipolar I Disorder: A Study Of Gray Matter Volume Changes In First-Episode Mania & Association With Clinical Outcome

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I’m Here…

This video, developed by Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA), is a way for both people living with a mood …

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Engaged Practice: Methods For Managing The Complexity Of Bipolar Disorder & Related Conditions

It can be challenging for psychiatrists to provide confident diagnoses and treatment of patients with bipolar disorder and related conditions, …

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Rutgers Opens Early Psychosis Intervention Clinic For Young Adults

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First-Episode Psychosis Incidence Estimated At 0.86 Per 1,000 Population Between 15-29 Years Old

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Co-Occurrence Of Substance Use Disorders With Mood Disorders & Psychosis

During this webinar Rebecca Roma, MD, Medical Director of the Community Treatment Team at Mercy Behavioral Health; and Robin Nelson, …

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Course & Outcome Following A First Episode Of Mania: Four-Year Prospective Data From The Systematic Treatment Optimization Program (STOP-EM)

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Public Health Significance Of Bipolar Disorder: Implications For Early Intervention & Prevention

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Adding CBT To Treatment Decreases Likelihood Of First Episode Psychosis In High-Risk Consumers

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Coordinated Specialty Care For Young Adults With First Episode Psychosis Is More Cost Effective Than Typical Care

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CMS Issues Guidance On Treatment Reimbursement For First-Episode Psychosis

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Detection & Characteristics Of Individuals With A Very Long Duration Of Untreated Psychosis In An Early Intervention For Psychosis Service

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Who Is Paying The Price? Loss Of Health Insurance Coverage Early In Psychosis

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Comprehensive Versus Usual Community Care For First-Episode Psychosis: 2-Year Outcomes From The NIMH RAISE Early Treatment Program

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Pathways To (Specialized) Care: Patient Costs & Contacts En Route To A First-Episode Psychosis Clinic

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Comprehensive, Team-Based Treatment For First Episode Psychosis Linked To Better Outcomes Than Traditional Community-Based Treatment

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The Need For Early Diagnosis & Treatment Of Bipolar Disorder

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Early Intervention In Psychosis: Benefits, Barriers, & Best Practices

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Early Intervention For Psychotic Disorders In A Community Mental Health Center

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Reducing Duration Of Untreated Psychosis: Care Pathways To Early Intervention In Psychosis Services

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Long-Term Follow-Up Of The TIPS Early Detection In Psychosis Study: Effects On 10-Year Outcome

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Impact Of Early Intervention Services On Duration Of Untreated Psychosis: Data From The National EDEN Prospective Cohort Study

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Reduction In Incidence Of Hospitalizations For Psychotic Episodes Through Early Identification & Intervention

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Webinar Summary – Early Intervention In Psychosis: Benefits, Barriers, & Best Practices

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Early Intervention In Psychosis: Benefits, Barriers & Best Practices

Psychosis is ranked as one of the top three most disabling conditions worldwide, with a longer duration of untreated psychosis …

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Prevention & Recovery In Early Psychosis (PREP®): Building A Public-Academic Partnership Program In Massachusetts, United States

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Facilitating Recovery In Schizophrenia: An Assertive Community Treatment Approach

Why is the concept of recovery important to patients with schizophrenia? What are some barriers to recovery? How can an …

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What Needs To Follow Early Intervention? Predictors Of Relapse & Functional Recovery Following First-Episode Psychosis

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