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The Neurobiology of Bipolar Disorder
This animated video shows how certain brain regions contribute to mood state, the impact of different treatment options, and a novel approach for combining serotonergic and dopaminergic modulation.
Opportunities to Improve Diagnostic Accuracy and Outcomes in Bipolar Disorder With Dr. McIntyre
This 6-part Psychiatry Master Class video illustrates how healthcare providers can improve diagnostic accuracy and outcomes in bipolar disorder. It presents data on diagnostic challenges, differential diagnoses, modifiable and inflammatory factors, and patient perceptions on choosing bipolar disorder treatment.
Lived Experience Perspectives
Katherine Ponte from Living Well with Bipolar Disorder highlights how clinicians should collaborate with patients who have mental illness to recover and reach life goals.
Mental Health Primetime: Caring From a Distance
This roundtable video features 4 clinicians who discuss the impact of COVID-19 on mental health and medical practices, how to identify at-risk patients, and the potential benefits of home-based telepsychiatry. Support systems and coping strategies are also discussed.
Mental Health Primetime: What Have We Learned From COVID-19
This roundtable video features 5 clinicians who discuss mental health considerations and treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic. It also examines how the pandemic has impacted patients and healthcare providers, psychiatric medication adherence, suicide prevention, and the role of telepsychiatry.
Dr. Citrome's Perspective on NNT & NNH
This 6-part Psychiatry Master Class video discusses how the number needed to treat (NNT) and the number needed to harm (NNH) informs clinical decisions when treating bipolar depression. It also provides guidance on using NNT and NNH values to evaluate treatment options for bipolar depression.
Dr. Harvey's Take on How Cognitive Impairment Effects Daily Functioning
This 5-part Psychiatry Master Class video focuses on how cognitive impairment affects daily functioning in bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. It also discusses the role of comorbidities in cognitive decline, outcomes with current therapies, and strategies to enhance cognition.
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What Do We Know About Bipolar Disorder?
This infographic illustrates the prevalence and incidence of bipolar disorder in adults and children and presents data on depressive symptoms, functional impairment, antidepressant use, and quality of life.
Comorbidities and Serious Mental Illness
This infographic shows how behavioral and medical conditions often overlap and presents data on the clinical and economic burden of cardiometabolic comorbidities in patients with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
The Burden of Serious Mental Illness and the Future of Pharmacologic Therapy
This infographic describes the high burden of mental illness that patients with schizophrenia may experience as well as current and emerging pharmacologic treatment options.
Mental Health Monitoring with Mobile Apps
This PDF addresses the expanding use of mobile health technologies in psychiatry and describes the APA’s App Advisor and the M-Health Index and Navigation Database (MIND).
Nutrition and Activity Tracker
This monthly tracking tool can help patients record their daily activities and nutrition for 1 month. Recommendations are offered on managing blood pressure, blood glucose, cholesterol, weight/BMI, food servings, sleep, and exercise. Please click here to view the full PDF.
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Presentations & Resources
Bipolar Disorder Presentations
Request an educational program for your organization today! These customizable presentations are available both online and in-person and cover a range of topics across Psychiatry and Neurology.