2018-19 Psychopharmacology Online Update

Earn Up to 41 CME + 16 SA Credits / Year

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Our Psychopharmacology Online CME/CE program offers up to 41 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ credits a year.

You can also earn 16 Self-Assessment CME credits during your first year with us. We are on the ABPN Approved Products List.

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If you are a European physician, UEMS-EACCME® recognizes AMA's CME credits .

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You also have access to new slides every month.

Faculty

Prof. Philip Cowen

Prof. Philip Cowen
Professor of Psychopharmacology
Department of Psychiatry
University of Oxford, UK

Sandra Jacobson, MD

Sandra A. Jacobson, MD
Research Associate Professor
University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix

Michael Jibson, MD

Michael D. Jibson, MD, PhD
Professor of Psychiatry
Director of Residency Education
University of Michigan

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Dr Paul Morrison
Clinical Senior Lecturer
Institute of Psychiatry
King's College London

David Osser Md

David Osser, MD
Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Harvard Medical School

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James Phelps, MD
Bipolar Disorders Section Editor
Psychiatric Times

Rajesh Tampi, MD

Rajesh Tampi, MD
Professor of Psychiatry
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

(Boston, MA, 06/20/14) Dr. Joji Suzuki pictured at Brigham and Women's Hospital on Friday, June 20, 2014. Staff photo by John Wilcox.

Joji Suzuki, MD
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Harvard Medical School

Updates: 14 New CMEs/Year (Delivered Monthly)

As part of your Premium Membership, you receive new videos and audios each month. Here is a list of the materials you will get in your first year as Premium Member.

October 2018

TMS in Psychiatry: A Practical Update (Simon Kung, MD, Mayo Clinic)

November 2018

Perinatal Psychopharmacology: Helping Patients Make Decisions in Pregnancy (Vivien Burt, MD, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles)

December 2018

“Designer” Drugs: Update on Synthetic Cannabinoids, Cathinones and Hallucinogen/Stimulants (David Gorelick, MD, Ph.D., University of Maryland School of Medicine)

January 2019

Ketamine in Clinical Practice: State of The Art Update (Samuel Wilkinson, MD,  Yale School of Medicine)

February 2019

Cardiac Side Effects of Psychiatric Medications (Scott R. Beach, MD - Massachusetts General Hospital/ Harvard Medical School)

March 2019

Pharmacogenetic Testing in Psychiatry  (Simon Kung, MD, Mayo Clinic)

April 2019

The Psychopharmacology of Parkinson’s Disease: Identifying and Treating Psychiatric Syndromes (Greg Pontone, MD, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine)

May 2019

Pharmacotherapy of Alcohol Use Disorder: A Practical Update (Henry Kranzler, MD - Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania)

June 2019

Psychopharmacology Algorithms: Mania (David Osser, MD - Harvard Medical School)

July 2019

Therapeutic Drug Monitoring in Neuropsychopharmacology (Prof. Gerhard Grunder, Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim, Germany)

August 2019

Modern Use of MAO Inhibitors (Jonathan Meyer, MD, University of California San Diego)

September 2019

Psychopharmacology Algorithms: ADHD (David Osser, MD - Harvard Medical School)

October 2019

Treatment of Bipolar Disorder in Children and Adolescents ( Othman M. Mohammad, MD - UMass Medical School)

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Volume 3

  • Activity #5: Natural Medications in Psychiatry (David Mischoulon, MD - MGH/Harvard Medical School)
  • Activity #4: Modern Use of Antipsychotic Plasma Levels (Jonathan Meyer, MD, University of California San Diego)
  • Activity #3: Serotonin Update: Psychedelics and 5-HT Receptors (Prof. David Nutt - Imperial College London)
  • Activity #2: GAD Psychopharmacology Algorithm   (David Osser, MD - Harvard Medical School)
  • Activity #1: Psychopharmacology in the Medically Ill Part 1 (James Levenson, MD - Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine)

Volume 2

  • Activity #12: Managing the Nonhematological Adverse Effects of Clozapine (Jonathan Meyer, MD - University of California San Diego)
  • Activity #11: Schizophrenia Algorithm Part 2 (David Osser, MD - Harvard Medical School)
  • Activity #10: Lamotrigine Update (James Phelps, MD - Bipolar Disorder Editor, Psychiatric Times)
  • Activity #9: Emergency Psychopharmacology (Michael D. Jibson, MD, PhD - University of Michigan)
  • Activity #8: Geriatric Psychopharmacology Update (Sandra A. Jacobson, MD - University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix)
  • Activity #7: Treatment- Resistant Depression Update (Prof. Philip Cowen - University of Oxford)
  • Activity #6: Schizophrenia Psychopharmacology Algorithm Part 1 (David Osser, MD - Harvard Medical School)
  • Activity #5: Cannabis in Psychiatry (Dr. Paul Morrison - King's College London)
  • Activity #4: Opioid Use Disorder Update (Joji Suzuki, MD - Harvard Medical School)
  • Activity #3: PTSD Psychopharmacology Algorithm (David Osser, MD - Harvard Medical School)
  • Activity #2: Effective Assessment and Management of Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (Rajesh Tampi, MD Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine)
  • Activity #1: Drug-Drug Interactions / Psychopharmacology During Pregnancy (Flavio Guzman, MD - Editor, Psychopharmacology Institute)

Volume 1

All videos from Volume 1 are presented by Flavio Guzman, MD, Editor of the Psychopharmacology Institute

  • Activity #12: Bipolar Disorder
  • Activity # 11: Bipolar Disorder
  • Activity #10: Critical Appraisal in Psychiatry (Interview with Erick Turner, MD - Oregon Health and Science University)
  • Activity # 9: Insomnia Pharmacotherapy
  • Activity # 8: Valproate – Insomnia neurobiology and assessment
  • Activity #7: ADHD Pharmacotherapy- Nocebo Effect
  • Activity #6: Lithium – Duloxetine – ADHD
  • Activity #5: Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Activity #4: Side Effects of Antidepressants  (Interview with Rajnish Mago, MD - Thomas Jefferson University)
  • Activity #3: Antidepressant discontinuation syndrome. Vilazodone. Lithium psychopharmacology
  • Activity #2: Mirtazapine, Tricyclic Antidepressants, Side Effects of Antidepressants
  • Activity #1: SSRIs and Bupropion

 

 

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  • Video library: instant access to 27 CME +8 SA credits
  • Updates: 14 new CME + 8 SA credits available during your first 12 months
  • Earn up to 41 CME + 16 SA credits per year

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