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Bipolar Disorder

This easily searchable online library contains hundreds of resources about bipolar disorder, such as best-practice guidelines, market trends, research studies, and decision-support tools. Check in often, as fresh content posts every week to keep you up to date.

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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

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 injectable antipsychotics in bipolar I disorder. In this follow-up recording Dr. Tohen and Dr. Goldberg review the use of long-acting injectable antipsychotics in bipolar I disorder and offer insight into…
Focus On Primary Care: Bipolar Disorder Update For Primary Care – The Rapid Mood Screener

Focus On Primary Care: Bipolar Disorder Update For Primary Care – The Rapid Mood Screener

May 2021 – Bipolar Disorder Update for Primary Care – the Rapid Mood Screener Roland Larkin, PhD, MBA interviews PsychU’s PCP Corner Section Advisors Brendan Montano, MD and W. Clay Jackson, MD. They discuss the importance of recognizing bipolar disorder in primary care, utilizing measurement-based care and share a new…

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  • Terence Ketter, MD

    Bipolar Disorder Section Advisor

  • Joseph Goldberg, MD

    Bipolar Disorder Section Advisor

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