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APA 2013

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Andy Skean

Associate Editor
Physician’s Weekly


Andy Skean (click to view)

Andy Skean

Associate Editor
Physician’s Weekly

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New research is being presented at APA 2013, the American Psychiatric Association’s 166th annual meeting, from May 18-21 in San Francisco.

Meeting Highlights

Patient-Perceived Barriers to Alcohol Use Treatment

Treating Delirium in Elderly Pneumonia Patients

Follow-Up Schizophrenia Care

Profiling Psychiatric ED “Frequent Flyers”

Substance Abuse & PES Use Among Latinos

Follow-Up Compliance at Psychiatric EDs

Racial Differences in Bipolar & Schizophrenic ED Users

Psychiatric ED Presentations Vary By Season


News From the Meeting

Special Research Track on Science of Addiction

Many Sessions to Focus on Diverse Populations

DSM-5 Release Likely to Steal the Spotlight at APA Meeting

APA Leaders Defend DSM-5

Eye May Be Key to ADHD Diagnosis

New Approach Tried for Treatment-Resistant Depression

Ketamine Works in OCD, Stubborn Depression

Trigeminal Nerve Stimulation an Option for ADHD?

Cyberbullying Triples Suicide Risk in Teens

Email Works for Anxiety Therapy

ADHD Drug May Decrease Binge Eating Episodes

Long-Acting Abilify Cuts Psych Admissions

Teen Smartphone “Addicts” Also Have Other Ills

 

 

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