In this topic library devoted to schizophrenia you’ll find helpful resources for diagnosis and treatment—best-practice guidelines, decision-support tools, and research summaries. Each week, new content publishes, so check back often to stay up to date.
InterviewApril 15, 2022Dr. Christoph U. Correll will address current and relevant clinical questions relating to schizophrenia. These questions and Dr. Correll’s responses…
Downloadable ResourceMarch 23, 2022The Schizophrenia & Psychosis Action Alliance (S&PAA) has released a report and related infographic identifying the direct and indirect costs…
Schizophrenia & Dementia Dual Diagnosis Increased After CMS Reporting Requirement For Nursing Home Antipsychotic PrescriptionsArticleJanuary 3, 2022After the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ (CMS) began requiring public reporting of nursing home antipsychotic use, the proportion…
Prescribing Patterns For All Types Of Psychotropic Medications For Consumers With Schizophrenia Varied Across States
InterviewJune 15, 2022
ArticleMay 30, 2022
On-Demand WebinarMay 24, 2022
Christoph Correll, MD
Schizophrenia Section Advisor
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