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Psychopharmacology Update 2023 – No CME

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 course, as this new material builds on the basic concepts presented in the earlier course.

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 8 sessions.

This course will not provide CME credit and is appropriate for international attendees or others who do not need or want CME or CEU credits. Reduced rate provided.


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  • 10% OFF on purchase of 2 Courses
  • 15% OFF on purchase of 3 Courses
  • 20% OFF on purchase of 4 Courses

Further details are provided here:

Listen to Dr. Nassir Ghaemi and PL faculty present 8 recorded classes in 1 hour blocs. Watch at your own convenience.

Recorded sessions include:

Video 1: New antipsychotics: Psychopharmacology update 2023 - Dr. Nassir Ghaemi

Video 2: New dopamine blocker/ clinical experiences - Dr. Paul Vohringer

Video 3: Monoamine agonists (Antidepressants): Update on recent studies and new medications - Dr. Nassir Ghaemi

Video 4: Glutamate NMDA Antagonists: Conceptual Development and Current Clinical Uses - Dr. Paul Vohringer

Video 5: Psychiatric Drug development: Why can't we do better? - Dr. Nassir Ghaemi

Video 6: Digital psychiatry: A brave new world - Dr. Nassir Ghaemi

Video 7: Mood temperaments: Diagnosis and recent research on treatment - Dr. Paul Vohringer

Video 8: New studies on current medications - Dr. Nassir Ghaemi


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