CRANBURY, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Psychiatric Times®, the No. 1 multimedia platform for psychiatrists in the United States, has released its June 2019 issue that highlights expert articles, reports, and breaking news for health care professionals in the psychiatry field.
“We pride ourselves on providing timely clinical commentary and observation,” said Tom Ehardt, president of MultiMedia Healthcare, LLC. “Our June issue of Psychiatric Times® covers the most important topics to today’s psychiatrists, as well as offers the most current and educational information on opioid withdrawal.”
This month’s featured stories include:
- Phebe Tucker, MD, professor of psychiatry at The University of Oklahoma, College of Medicine and a nationally recognized expert on trauma and PTSD, examines the tragic aftermath of school shootings and shows how mental health professionals can help the survivors and family members.
- A Special Report on “complicated” patients looks at anxiety in those with diabetes mellitus, the role of pharmacogenetics in combating treatment resistance, and the psychiatric assessment of people with hearing loss.
The June continuing medical education (CME) article focuses on the challenges of opioid withdrawal management, specifically the risks associated with two increasingly popular off-label alternatives – loperamide and kratom – that clinicians need to be aware of. 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.
In addition, the magazine offers pressing news and information relevant to practicing psychiatric professionals. To read more from Psychiatric Times®, click here.
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, nonindustry-sponsored CME, research updates, conference coverage, perspectives from the field, and treatment information. Psychiatric Times® is part of MultiMedia Healthcare LLC.