Psychiatric Times® Releases May 2019 Issue
CRANBURY, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 7, 2019--Psychiatric Times®, the No. 1 multimedia platform for psychiatrists in the United States, has released its May 2019 issue. Highlights include several expert articles, reports, and breaking news for health care professionals with interest in the psychiatric industry.
“Our May issue of Psychiatric Times® will cover some of the most pressing topics that are most important to today’s psychiatrists,” said Tom Ehardt, president of MultiMedia Healthcare, LLC.
Featured stories include:
- Former Editorial Director Susan Kweskin takes readers on a medical and spiritual journey through the mental health landscape of Laos, a country that has only two psychiatrists.
- This month’s special report on practice management serves as a guideline to help psychiatrists deal with a range of issues—from tips on handling negative online reviews to the unexpected benefits of locum practice.
The May CME article focuses on the challenges posed by the negative symptoms of schizophrenia. Although these symptoms are the most reliable predictors of poor outcomes, effective treatment remains elusive. The CME article is available for 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits for physicians and AMA PRA Category 1 Credit for nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
Previous CME articles can be found online at the Psychiatric Times®Continuing Medical Education Center, where physicians can earn 30 free Category 1 CME Credits all year round. Credits can be claimed at CME Outfitters.
About Psychiatric Times®
As the No. 1 psychiatric multimedia platform in the United States, Psychiatric Times ® delivers relevant, up-to-date information to practicing psychiatrists and other health professionals. Additionally, this digital resource provides timely clinical commentary, and practical information that includes peer-reviewed in-depth coverage in monthly special reports, non-industry-sponsored CME, research updates, conference coverage, perspectives from the field, and treatment information. Psychiatric Times® is part of MultiMedia Healthcare LLC.
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