Directions in Psychiatry at a GlanceNeurodevelopmental and Environmental Hypotheses of Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia
The Place of Psychotherapy in Contemporary Psychiatry
Exploring Psychosis and Bipolar Disorder in Women: A Critical Review of the Qualitative
Bipolar Disorder in Children, Part 1: An Overview
Bipolar Disorder in Children, Part 2: Assessment and Interventions
Behavioral Activation for Depression
The Changing Landscape of Care: Does Ethics Education Have a New Role to Play in Health Practice?
Effects of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and Obstructive Sleep Apnea on Cognitive Functions: Evidence for a Common Nature
Narcissism in DSM-5 Section III Model for Diagnosis of Personality Disorder
Internet Addiction: Comorbidity with Psychiatric Disorders
The Mental Health Sequelae of Major Disasters
Preventing Retraumatization in Mental Health Settings in Women with Serious Mental Illness
Adjunctive Pharmacological Agents in the Treatment of Schizophrenia
Psychiatric Disorders and Psychotropic Treatment in the Postpartum Period
Depression: An Overview and Diagnostic Changes in the DSM-5
From Dementia to Neurocognitive Disorders: DSM-5 Changes
Cognitive Impairments in Alcohol-Dependent Subjects
Narcolepsy as an Immune-Mediated Disease
Pediatric Pain Assessment and Management: A Systematic Approach Including Psychiatric Assessment
Lessons: 20 per volume
CME Credits: 40 Category 1 CME credits
Royal College of Canada: 25 Hours
Multiple-Choice Questions: 4 per lesson
Estimated Time to complete each lesson: 2 hours
Approvals: ACCME, ABPN, RCC
All Lessons Are Peer Reviewed
Lessons with Learning Objectives and Competency Statements
CME Lessons for Volume 35:
American Medical Association
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The Royal College of Canada
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