Patients may be more willing to accept some adverse effects than others. Dr Kane offers advice on addressing side effects that prevent patients from maintaining their medication adherence.
Can a patient-centered approach to treatment be adopted for patients with schizophrenia? Can these patients take part in shared decision-making? Follow along as Dr Harvey shares his expertise.
In brief videos, Drs McEvoy and Nierenberg discuss symptoms of tardive dyskinesia (TD), how to observe patients (whether in person or via telemedicine), and how to educate patients and families about TD.
Do you know how to talk with your patients about the risk for tardive dyskinesia? Follow along as Dr Nierenberg offers tips for clear communication.
Do you proactively assess patients for tardive dyskinesia? Here, learn about screening and diagnosis from an expert.
What are some of the challenges you face in overcoming adherence issues and providing patient-centered care for people living with schizophrenia? Drs Harvey and Kane offer evidence and clinical experience on these topics in this journal CME activity.
Antipsychotics can be used in the short-term to manage dementia-related psychosis, but serious adverse effects can outweigh benefits. Novel antipsychotics or other agents may offer superior efficacy and safety. Explore the evidence in this CME activity.
Review highlights from two experts’ presentations on identifying and treating tardive dyskinesia. Quotes from actual patients illustrate the embarrassment that they feel and show why even mild movements should be treated if patients are distressed by them.
What should you rule out to diagnose tardive dyskinesia (TD)? How do treatment options differ? In this journal CME activity, Drs Citrome and Saklad team up to review the best clinical strategies.
How does tardive dyskinesia affect patients' work and relationships? Should TD be treated even if patients lack insight into its presence? Learn from this CME.


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