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Cognitive Impairment in Major Depressive Disorder: A Case Discussion Illustrating Impact, Assessment, and Management
From the series "Cognitive Impairment in Patients With Depression: Awareness, Assessment, and Management." How can you help your patients who are experiencing both depression and cognitive dysfunction? Tune in to this CME podcast to hear experts in psychiatry discuss 2 patient cases that illustrate the burden of cognitive impairment in major depressive disorder as well as effective assessment tools and management strategies.
Assessing and Treating Insomnia in Patients With Psychiatric Disorders, Part 1
From the series "Reconsidering Insomnia as a Disorder Rather Than Just a Symptom in Psychiatric Practice." Listen as experts discuss 2 patient cases focusing on diagnosing and treating co-occurring insomnia and mental illness. The first case features a 32-year-old man with bipolar disorder who is experiencing psychiatric symptoms and poor sleep, and the second case involves a 27-year-old man with schizophrenia who is having auditory hallucinations as well as chronic issues with insomnia.
Assessing and Treating Insomnia in Patients With Psychiatric Disorders, Part 2
From the series "Reconsidering Insomnia as a Disorder Rather Than Just a Symptom in Psychiatric Practice." Tune in as experts discuss 2 patient cases—one involving co-occurring insomnia and depression and another comprising PTSD, substance abuse, insomnia, and nightmares. Drs Benca and Buysse explain how to effectively diagnose and manage these complex cases based on the latest diagnostic criteria and evidence from clinical trials.