For patients who have PTSD and also have a severe mental illness, can psychotherapies for PTSD still be effective? If so, what component might offer greater efficacy?
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.

Tardive dyskinesia must be detected early to minimize the risk of permanence. Dr Stephen Saklad provides a refresher in this brief CME activity.

Lithium neurotoxicity can occur when lithium is combined with SGAs. Early detection and prompt management are needed. Do you know the causative factors?
When should you rely on top-ranked treatment options for acute bipolar mania, and when should you skip down to lower-ranked options? Dr Suppes discusses.
Dr Suppes discusses guidelines for maintenance treatment of bipolar I disorder, with an algorithm for pharmacologic and psychosocial interventions.
In this CME, learn from an expert about how measurement-based care will help you improve depression outcomes in your patients.

Finally, you can offer patients with tardive dyskinesia approved medications that reduce symptoms. In this CME, Dr Leslie Citrome reviews the evidence.

Certain antipsychotics are known to increase weight and the risk for diabetes. Could some medications for diabetes promote not only glycemic control but also weight loss in patients taking antipsychotics? In this CME activity, review the results of a small retrospective study.


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