You will hear about and read research your entire career. Headlines report on positive treatment results, and families come in asking about them. So how should we evaluate research, and what makes a study good or flawed?
For years, we have dreaded seeing our patients develop antipsychotic-induced tardive dyskinesia because there was little we could do about these symptoms. Thankfully, we now have new treatments that produce noticeable improvements in tardive dyskinesia.
Experts tackle various research topics in the field of child psychiatry, from the risk of stimulant-induced psychosis in youth with ADHD to the efficacy and safety of SSRIs and SNRIs for young people with psychiatric disorders.
Drew Ramsey, MD, talks about new research behind nutritional psychiatry. At the end there’s going to be a test. That’s right – a real CME test so you can start earning credits directly from the podcast.