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Substance Use Disorders

The compulsive use of substances despite negative consequences in life defines substance use disorder. Unfortunately, substance use is often comorbid with mental illness and are more difficult to treat. This searchable online library are collated for substance use disorders and offers hundreds of helpful resources. Check in often as new content is posted regularly.

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Utilization Of Telehealth In Substance Use Disorder: A Companion Piece From Substance Use & The Novel Coronavirus Pandemic: A Conversation With Experts Webinar

Utilization Of Telehealth In Substance Use Disorder: A Companion Piece From Substance Use & The Novel Coronavirus Pandemic: A Conversation With Experts Webinar

In this companion piece to the PsychU April 23, 2020 webinar, “Substance Use & The Novel Coronavirus Pandemic: A Conversation With The Experts,” Drs. Robin Nelson and Roueen Rafeyan share their perspectives on telehealth for treating individuals with a substance use disorder. Robin Nelson, MD, is the PsychU Major Depressive…
Mental Wellness Across The Lifespan: A Series To Celebrate Mental Health Awareness

Mental Wellness Across The Lifespan: A Series To Celebrate Mental Health Awareness

In the United States, millions of Americans are impacted by mental illness and/or substance abuse.  The month of May was designated as National Mental Health Month in 1949 to raise awareness on the importance of mental health and celebrate recovery from mental illness. PsychU joins the national movement to raise…

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The Neuropsychiatric Inventory: Development & Applications

Diagnostic & Statistical Manual Of Mental Disorders–Fifth Edition (DSM-5): Key Updates VS DSM-IV-TR

Distinguishing Sedation From Efficacy In Antipsychotic Treatment

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