A few decades ago, the Harvard psychologist Brendan Maher made an unusual claim. People with delusions use the same rational process as non-delusional people. The distinction between being “psychotic” – that is, having delusions or hallucinations – and being...
Advanced Psychopharmacology course – CME/CEU credit
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).
All recordings will remain available to you for up to 3 years. The fee is for the entire course, and you will receive an email in response with the course link within 5 business days of booking. All recordings will be made available upon booking for a total of 10 sessions.
Receive 10 hours of CME or CEU credits for 10 one hour lectures. Education credits provided for physicians and nurses.
Booking is open from September 15 until December 15. All recordings will remain available to you after December 15. The fee is for the entire course, and you will receive an email in response with the course link within 24 hours of booking. All recordings will be made available upon booking for a total of 10 sessions.
Further details are provided here:
Listen to Dr. Nassir Ghaemi present 10 recorded classes in 1 hour blocs. Watch at your own convenience. Two live Q and A sessions with dates TBD will be included.
Recorded sessions include:
- Overview, neurobiology, and key concepts in psychopharmacology
- Basic pharmacology of major drug classes
- Standard antidepressants - I
- Standard antidepressants - II
- Amphetamines and ADD
- Dopamine blockers - I
- Dopamine blockers - II
- Mood stabilizers - I
- Mood stabilizers - II
Recorded sessions will be augmented by 2 live in person sessions to answer questions and discuss topics, along with analyze cases. (Dates TBD)
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