Clinical Psychopharmacology Made Ridiculously Simple (8th Edition)
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Clinical Psychopharmacology made ridiculously simple provides an overview of clinical psychopharmacology. The course provides information on diagnostics, differential diagnosis, and medication strategies.
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- Identify appropriate target symptoms for anti-depressant medications.
- The participant will demonstrate gain knowledge of bipolar disorder and its treatment.
- Explain the different types of anxiety and its treatment.
- Describe the side-effects of antipsychotic medications.
- General Principles
- Bipolar Illness
- Anxiety Disorders
- Psychotic Disorders
- Miscellaneous Disorders
- Over-the-Counter Medications and Dietary Supplement
- Non-Response and "Breakthrough Symptoms" Algorithms
- Case Examples
- Appendix A: History and Personal Data Questionnaire
- Appendix B: Special Cautions When Taking MAO Inhibitors
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