Directions in Psychiatry at a GlanceWorking with Trauma-Related Mental Health Problems Among Combat Veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq Conflicts, Part 1: Overview and Assessment
Working with Trauma-Related Mental Health Problems Among Combat Veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq Conflicts, Part 2: Mental Health Treatment
Mental Health Preparedness for Disaster and Terrorist Incidents, Part 1: An Overview
Mental Health Preparedness for Disaster and Terrorist Incidents, Part 2: Clinical Interventions
Understanding Chronic Pain The Causes of Chronic Pain: Why It Happens
Treating Chronic Pain: An Introduction to Medications, Their Uses, and Side Effects
Bipolar Spectrum Disorder: A Clinician�s Perspective
Working With Families with Psychiatric Illnesses: A Focus on Resilience
Opioids, Part 1: When Are They Useful? How Should They Be Used?
Opioids, Part 2: Tolerance, Pseudotolerance, Side Effects, and Other Issues
The Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM), Nutrition and Exercise Included
For Treatment and Prevention of Late-Life Mood and Cognitive Disorders
Trauma-Informed Care and Mental Health
Opioids: Addiction or Physical Dependency? Part 1,The Truth Behind These Terms
Opioids: Addiction or Physical Dependency? Part 2, Assessment, Follow Up, and Exit Strategies
What is Hepatitis C? Introduction and Overview
Hepatitis C�Taking Care of Yourself Emotionally: Emotional Challenges of Chronic Illness
Obesity, Diabetes, Overeating & Food Addiction: Keys to Meaningful Treatment and Recovery
Cocaine Abuse in the Elderly: An Update Pain Management in Dementia
Philosophical Issues, Existentialism and Personhood
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CME Credits: 40 Category 1 CME credits
Royal College of Canada: 25 Hours
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Volume 31 CME Lessons:
American Medical Association
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