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  • Functional Impairment and Improvement in Depression

    Larry Culpepper, MD, MPH

    Unresolved symptoms of depression can cause functional impairment and negatively affect patients' work performance, home life, and relationships. In this activity, learn how to assess functional impairments using validated rating scales and to address contributors to impairment.

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  • Understanding and Coping With Binge Eating Disorder

    Susan L. McElroy, MD (Chair), and Anna I. Guerdjikova, PhD, LISW, CCRC

    Watch this webcast to find out how to assess for and diagnose binge eating disorder and to understand the current pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic treatment options available for this condition.

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  • The Identification and Resolution of Residual Symptoms in Depressed Primary Care Patients

    Rakesh Jain, MD, MPH

    Follow the case of 86-year-old Mrs J, who doesn’t recognize the residual symptoms she is experiencing. Her psychiatrist uses several tools including rating scales and collateral information to identify her continuing symptoms and then considers different treatment strategies.

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  • Recommended Treatment Strategies for Patients With Excessive Daytime Sleepiness

    Russell P. Rosenberg, PhD

    Too few sleep specialists are available, leaving other providers, especially primary care clinicians, to diagnose and treat sleep disorders. Increase your ability to select appropriate treatment strategies for sleep disorders with this activity.

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The Effect of Comorbid Psychiatric and Medical Illnesses on Sleep Disorder Treatment

Unrecognized conditions may cause or contribute to symptoms of daytime sleepiness and fatigue in your patients with sleep disorders. Review this activity to learn the psychiatric, neurologic, and medical conditions that frequently coexist with sleep disorders. Plus, discover treatment strategies to improve patient outcomes.

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Marijuana Use Is Associated With Worse Outcomes in Symptom Severity and Violent Behavior in Patients With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Samuel T. Wilkinson, Elina Stefanovics, and Robert A. Rosenheck

Despite the lack of randomized controlled trials of marijuana in the treatment of PTSD, some US states have legalized this treatment strategy. Read this CME journal activity to learn more about potential outcomes of this treatment.

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Controversies in the Psychopharmacology of Bipolar Disorder

Robert M. Post, MD (Chair), et al

What decision-making process do you use for selecting treatment for your patients with bipolar disorder? In this activity, review pharmacologic principles for the use of mood stabilizers, antipsychotics, and antidepressants and find out how to choose appropriate therapies for maintenance treatment and partial response.

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