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2023 NEW DRUG TREATMENT UPDATE!
REGISTER FOR THE ALL-NEW 2023 PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY UPDATE WEBINAR
This material is all-new and different from the Advanced Psychopharmacology course. We recommend that you take the Advanced Psychopharmacology course before taking the update webinar, as this new material builds on the basic concepts presented in the earlier course. This webinar has begun! 8 lectures will be provided over 8 weeks. Register now!
The Psychiatry Letter
PL began as a printed newsletter in 2015-2019. Top articles from the newsletter are available above.
Now PL provides webinars in psychiatry, e-books, blog posts, and answers to your questions in curbside consults.
Join the PL community to learn more about psychiatry and mental health from a scientifically-informed approach that differs from what you normally hear.
Register for the following webinar courses:
History & Concepts of Psychiatry
This course will review the evolution of beliefs regarding mental illnesses and their treatments, beginning in ancient Greece and moving forward into the 19th and 20th centuries. Focus will be put on central figures or ideas that have persisted to the present day.
Receive 10 hours of CME or CEU credits for 10 one hour lectures. Physicians, Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants can accept AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Psychologists can receive credits in most states also (check with your state board).
The practice gap that is being addressed is that psychiatric practitioners often do not have extensive knowledge about the scientific or conceptual basis of the most common psychiatric diagnoses. This limited knowledge leads to notable misdiagnosis rates or to misuse of diagnoses.
A student discount will be given as always, and full CME and discounted non-CME options will be provided for the Diagnosis and Psychopharmacology courses.
Registration has been extended for these courses and will remain open throughout the calendar year.
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