Traumatic Brain Injury (August)

Date of Issue: 08/01/2020 | Volume: 18 | Number: 8

Issue Links:Learning Objectives | Editorial Information

Jonathan Silver shows us which medications work, and which to avoid, in traumatic brain injury. A German medication outperforms paroxetine for anxiety. Learn you how your patients can get it, and how they can safely navigate the world of overseas pharmacy.

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Clinical Update

A Guide to Online and Overseas Pharmacies

Topics: Clinical practice | Generics | Insurance | Internet | Pharmacy | Practice Tools and Tips | Prescription costs

Things are not always what they seem in the world of online pharmacies. We’ll show you how to separate the safe from the questionable, the true Canadians from the imposters, and how to save on costs at the old-fashioned, brick-and-mortar pharmacy.

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Expert Q&A

Assessing and Treating Traumatic Brain Injury

Topics: Amantadine | Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy (CRT) | Neurology | Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Not all head injuries are traumatic brain injuries. Learn how to tell the difference, and which medications to use and which to avoid in this interview with Jonathan Silver.

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Clinical Update

Silexan: A Novel Anxiolytic

Topics: Alternative treatments | Anxiety | Anxiety Disorder | Complementary treatments | GAD | Generalized Anxiety Disorder | Lavender | Natural Medications | natural treatments | Novel Medications | Silexan

This German medication outperformed paroxetine in generalized anxiety disorder and is available over the counter in the U.S.

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Research Update

Insight in Therapy: Still Relevant After All These Years

Topics: Psychotherapy | Research Update

Insight joins the ranks of established psychotherapy moderators like alliance, positive regard, empathy; but how well does it stack up?

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Research Update

A New Antipsychotic for Bipolar Depression

Topics: Antipsychotics | Bipolar Depression | Bipolar Disorder | Bipolar II | Caplyta | Lumateperone | Research Update

An atypical antipsychotic with a novel mechanism shows promise in bipolar depression.

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CME Post-Test

CME Post-Test - Traumatic Brain Injury, TCPR, August 2020

Topics: CME Post-Test

The post-test for this issue is available for one year after the publication date to subscribers. By successfully completing the test you will be awarded a certificate for 1 CME credit.

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