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The Stahl Neuropsychopharmacology Masterclass: Mood Disorders Online Course and Certificate

The Stahl Neuropsychopharmacology Masterclass: Mood Disorders Online Course and Certificate
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    • Date Published: August 2015
    • availability: In stock
    • format: Static online product
    • isbn: 9781107593220

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    • The Stahl Neuropsychopharmacology Masterclass is an online educational program of courses covering the use of drugs for the treatment of mental disorders. Each course focuses on a core area of psychiatric research and practice. The content of the courses consists of interactive readings, short lectures, animations and case studies. Users are encouraged to take a pre-course assessment to gauge a starting level of knowledge, engage with the structured learning exercises and then sit the post-course testing, successful completion of which results in CME credits required for licensure re-registration and Maintenance of Certification. This is an ideal resource for busy mental health professionals in practice or in research, and anyone seeking the most up-to-date information on advances in neuropsychopharmacology. The program of courses is edited and moderated by the Neuroscience Education Institute (founded by Dr Stahl) and endorsed by Cambridge University Health Partners. This course on Mood Disorders is valid for CME certification (14.25 CME credits) until 31st March 2018.

      • Presents the most up-to-date and accurate coverage of this fast-moving discipline
      • Written and moderated by experts in the field from the Neuroscience Education Institute (founded by Dr Stahl) and endorsed by Cambridge University Health Partners
      • Provides self-testing options and opportunities to claim formal CME credits, all taken at a self-directed speed
      • Includes opportunities to record personal practice notes as well as interact with other users
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      • Date Published: August 2015
      • format: Static online product
      • isbn: 9781107593220
      • weight: 0.001kg
      • availability: In stock
    • Table of Contents

      Pre-course self assessment
      Description of mood disorders
      The bipolar spectrum
      Distinguishing unipolar depression from bipolar depression
      Are mood disorders progressive
      Neurotransmitters and circuits in mood disorders
      Stress and depression
      Symptoms and circuits in depression
      Symptoms and circuits in mania
      Neuroimaging in mood disorders
      Post-course self assessment.

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      The Neuroscience Education Institute

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