Addressing Management of Psychotic and Mood Disorders in Federal and Public Sectors– Health care practitioners and the treatment team in federal and public sectors face unique barriers, and those who manage patients with psychotic and mood disorders are especially challenged. Limitations in available health care services and available therapies, fragmentation of care, lack of care transitions, and disruptions in patient and family continuity are just a few of the distinct issues these health care professionals can consistently experience. This accredited monograph stems from a series of live workshops intended to support health care professionals who treat patients with psychotic and mood disorders in federal and public sectors. It provides a summary of relevant evidence presented at the workshops and includes some of the most common questions asked by participants. The goal of this monograph is to address some of the many issues among practitioners and the clinical team who manage patients with psychotic and mood disorders.
Summarize key advances in research on the neurobiological basis of psychotic and mood disorders.
Assess overlapping characteristics across the continuum of psychosis and newer treatment options.
Identify common questions and barriers among health care professionals treating and managing patients with psychotic and mood disorders across federal and public sectors.
1.0 Free CEUs for Nurses
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