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Adolescence and This course addresses the ways in which working with adolescents to prevent and treat alcohol use problems differs from work with adults. The module also discusses how clinical practice with adolescents must be tailored to the specific characteristics of the target groups-adolescents differ markedly by ethnic, gender, social class, regional, and age characteristics.
increased stroke risk for heavy drinkers. Other articles include Project Match; group and brief interventions for depressed drinkers and smoking cessation programs for inpatients. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application June 2003 This course discusses the epidemiology data Intimate Partner concerning the associations between alcohol and intimate partner violence, for both victims and perpetrators and the different explanatory theories and models addressing this association.
This course discusses the relationship between alcohol consumption and road rage victims and perpetrators. Other articles include a study of effects of cannabis on information processing speed; CRF antagonists in the reduction of anxiety associated with alcohol withdrawal. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application November 2004 This course explores the factors important in the Disorders in the lives of homelessness individuals and discusses homelessness and alcohol use disorders interact and the prevalence of these co-occurring processes.
This course discusses alcohol and medication misuse in older adults, signs, symptoms, This course reviews a study of the effectiveness of bupropion in smoking cessation for patients with schizophrenia. Other articles include familial vulnerability to schizophrenia and issues related to smoking cessation among pregnant smokers and teens. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application February 2003 EL Library
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This course explores the relationship between case management and treatment outcomes in veterans. Other articles include a study of among Veterans individual drinking patterns and change over time and a study that finds alcohol control policies deter underage drinking. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application April 2003 This course reviews the epidemiological data surrounding co morbidity of alcohol and mental assessment and diagnosis related to these co morbid phenomena.
This course explores the issue of contingency management in substance abuse treatment. Other information included related to the Abuse Treatment effective of husband?s drinking on the wife and research on gambling treatment effectiveness. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application February 2004.
This course examines issues and examples for social workers and other clinicians engaged with problems. It encourages the development of coordinated systems of care-systems that replicate a full array or continuum of options. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application May 2003 Denial and Help- This course reviews of study regarding denial and help-seeking behavior among drinkers. Other articles include a description of a staging system that predicts treatment outcomes in methadone maintenance programs. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application May 2003 This course discusses the state of affairs in the diagnosis and assessment of individuals with alcohol use disorders and provides empirical evidence for using state-of-the-art diagnostic and assessment devices with individuals experiencing alcohol use problems.
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This course provides information on alcohol use disorders as they relate to individuals with disabilities. It describes the relationship between alcohol use disorders and co-occurring disabilities and discusses ways to improve treatment of alcohol use disorders for individuals with co-occurring disabilities.
This course discusses research regarding the Associated with relationship between drug use and aggressive behavior. Other articles include results of the National Health Interview Surveys regarding drinking pattern in older adults; binge drinking in Latino youths; and alcoholics with psychiatric comorbidity. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application October 2004.
Epidemiology of This course presents basic knowledge concerning the definition and description of Problems in the alcohol use and alcohol-related problems, as well as demographic characteristics and recent historical trends in alcohol use, abuse and dependence. The importance to social work practice of a relationship between level of alcohol consumption and health effects are addressed.
Ethnicity, Culture This course reviews the literature relating alcohol issues to race, ethnicity, and culture and the diverse patterns of alcohol use among individuals from various racial, ethnic, and cultural groups-differences between and among groups, as well as effective alcohol intervention and prevention services.
This course reviews the bio-psycho-social Natural History of perspective on alcohol disorders. The content is also guided by a lifespan person-in-environment perspective, relating the interactive nature of individual and social context influences on the course of any disorder. Integral to this discussion of etiology is an awareness of the complexity contributed by human diversity.
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This course provides information on screening Assessment and and intervention for gambling addiction. Also covered in this issue is a report of a study of naltrexone and CBT to reduce craving for alcohol and the effectiveness of substance abuse treatment for court-referred youth and risk of intentional injury with alcohol consumption. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application January 2004.
Heroin/Methadon This course discusses the research on heroin/methadone treatment for addicts. Other Resistant Heroin articles include research on the High rate of excessive alcohol use found among court-referred batterers and events associated with relapse among alcoholics in recovery. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application October 2003 This course explores the psychosocial issues relevant to immigrant and refugee populations problems among immigrants and refugees.
Legal and Ethical This course delineates the special ethical and legal concerns related to the treatment and prevention of alcohol use disorders. It focuses on the special issues that pertain to alcohol use This course reviews depression associated with Depression and substance abuse. It also includes articles regarding smoking cessation and the psychiatric population and Mobile Health Services impact on high risk patients. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application January 2003 Marijuana Users This course reviews a study of marijuana users and increased risk for affect deregulation. Other articles include information on women married to alcoholics being at increased risk for SUDs and active cocaine users less likely to take HIV medications. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application March 2003 EL Library
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Medication Plus This course reviews a study on the effectiveness of medication and therapy for injection drug users with dual diagnosis. Other Depressed IDUs articles include research regarding methamphetamine use by gender and treatment outcomes for youth in substance abuse programs. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application May 2004 This course describes the process of moving an individual from assessment and diagnosis into treatment intervention. The first section discusses non-adherence and ways to enhance client adherence. The second section addresses the empirical support for various types of alcohol treatment interventions.
This course discusses behavioral couples therapy for substance abuse, rational, methods and findings. It also discusses the clinical use This course explores how drug abuse treatment can affect the spread of HIV and hepatitis infection. It also covers how abuse of opioid drugs changes the brain and influences the course of opioid treatment; and discusses how retention of patients in treatment helps to determine program effectiveness.
This course outlines clinical guidelines for integrating treatment of adolescents with September 2003 psychiatric disorders. It also explains how a low- cost incentive program can be as effective as more costly voucher programs in improving treatment participation.
Older Adults and This course discusses alcohol use and dependence in older adults; the signs and symptoms of alcohol problems in older adults and intervention and treatment options.
Pharmacological This course reviews effectiveness of medication on alcohol use disorders in patients with psychiatric comorbidity. Other articles include interventions and school-based interventions. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application August 2004 EL Library
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This course provides results of a study on physician attitudes toward providing needles to regarding Needle IV Drug users. Other articles include research on the effectiveness of buprenorphine and the relationship between alcohol dependence, mood disorder and suicide. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application December 2003 This course explores the issue of predicting treatment outcomes among alcohol abusers. Outcome among Other articles include a focus on teens, ethnicity Alcohol Abusers and substance abuse and ethnic differences in teenage drunk driving behavior and the effectiveness of case management in substance abuse patients with HIV. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application March 2004 relationship between cannabis and alcohol use departments. An additional article reviews relationship power dynamics and treatment behavior. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application July 2003 This course explores several frameworks for and Dependence application to the prevention of alcohol use disorders. Specific strategies that have been implemented and empirically tested are described.
This course reviews research on risk behavior reduction in injection drug users. Other articles include a comparison of impairment in stimulant abusers and alcohol abusers and expectancies related to behavioral response to alcohol. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application September 2003 This newsletter covers the topics of Peer to Peer Programs; Youth in the Justice System and Complexities of Co-Occurring Disorders.
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This course covers the culturally appropriate definitions of the terms lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered, used to identify members of the LGBT community; identifies the major limitations to current, empirical knowledge about alcohol use and problems within this population, and describes the prevalence and etiology of alcohol use within the gay and lesbian population as it is currently understood.
Sleep Problems This course discusses the persistence of sleep problems in recovering alcoholics. Other articles include an exploration of the efficacy of school- based interventions; risk factors for children of drug-abusing fathers; and a discussion of the effectiveness of 12 Step Programs. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application November 2003 This course discusses the role of spirituality in treatment centers. Other articles include Approaches SA research about possible effectiveness of brief interventions for hazardous drinking and individualized therapy improving outcomes for dependence. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application July 2004 understanding of steroid abuse and addiction and associated health effects. It discusses the nature and prevalence of anabolic steroid abuse in the United States. The course reviews health and behavioral consequences of steroid abuse and outlines preventive efforts as well as effective treatments. The course includes a glossary, extensive reference citations and informational resources.
This course reviews the relationship between substance abuse and violence. Other articles between SA and include research on the effectiveness of on-site primary medical care for addiction outcomes and a study finds link between stress and alcohol abuse in alcoholics. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application August 2003 EL Library
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Substance-using This course explores the use of long-term Teens and Long- treatment in residential settings for adolescents. term Residential Other articles include a report on a new study examines link between alcohol use and suicidal behavior and the use of Olanzapine in the treatment of alcohol use disorders. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application September 2004 The Dangers of This course explores the dangers of steroids and supplement use among athletes. Other articles include a study of naltrexone use in Supplement Use veterans and the relationship between alcohol and cannabis use in teens. Also included is an article on the use of CAGE in college drinkers. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application April 2004 This course reviews two studies: the use of Disulfiram and CBT effective for cocaine abuse schizophrenia patients. Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application June 2004 This course discusses an empirically based understanding of the relationships between women and alcohol. Its bio-psycho-social perspective recognizes ways in which women's biology, psychology, and social worlds interact to affect their reactions to alcohol and to alcohol-related interventions.
This course includes the following articles: Underused medications key to addiction relapse polypharmacy continues to be widespread; Multiple drug overdose induces QTc prolongation. Brown University Psychopharmacology Update - October 2005 Pharmacology Algorithm-Driven This course discusses research showing that algorithm-driven treatment improves short-term Bipolar Disorder outcomes in bipolar disorder. Other articles include report on a 20-year naturalistic study showing effectiveness of depression treatment; drug interactions in nortriptyline intoxication induced by terbinafine.
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This course discusses chronic anticholinergic usage effect on the worsening clinical course of Alzheimer`s disease. Other articles include serotonin syndrome occurring with risperidone/paroxetine therapy; research showing mood disorders inadequately diagnosed and treated in older adults.
Articles in this issue of the Brown University antidepressant drug-drug interactions: Exploring the controversy of clinical relevance, diazepam risperidone for PTSD in abused women.
Pharmacology Antidepressants Articles in this issue of the Brown University antidepressants and suicide: what are the risks? Other articles include: Citalopram and measurement-based care credited with notable remission rates, and drug-drug Interactions: Amisulpride and clozapine.
This course looks at experts recommendations about antipsychotic use in the elderly. Other articles include new research findings that spotlight Alzheimer`s disease, bipolar disorder and depression in older adults; and the serotonin syndrome in older adults.
Articles in this issue of the Brown University aripiprazole for treating borderline personality disorder, and first effectiveness study tests treatments for refractory bipolar depression.
Pharmacology Aripiprazole Use This course reviews research on the effectiveness of aripiprazole for treatment of Bipolar Disorder acute mania in bipolar disorders. Other articles include research on neurons mediating effect on antidepressants.
Pharmacology Atypicals Impact This course includes the following articles: Do independent of weight gain; Bipolar disorder in children and adolescents: treatment and diagnosis; CYP2D6 genotype may be linked to risperidone adverse drug reactions; Methylphenidate for adult ADHD. Brown University Psychopharmacology Update - April 2005 EL Library
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Pharmacology Brain Activity and This course reviews a study of the use of PET scans in older adult to aid in the treatment of depression. Other articles include a discussion of the Duke Somatic Treatment Algorithm for geriatric depression.
Pharmacology CATIE Phase 2 Articles in this issue of the Brown University Tolerability Study Psychopharmacology Update include: CATIE Phase 2 tolerability study results show high treatment discontinuation rates, and landmark STAR*D study highlights value of augmentation, switching.
This course includes the following articles: CBT, combination drug therapy showing promise for depersonalization disorder; Experts discuss Depersonalizatio benefits of CBT, SSRIs and augmentation n Disorder strategies for OCD; No gender differences found in treatment response to sertraline. Brown University Psychopharmacology Update May 2005 cholinergic therapies for Alzheimer`s disease. Other articles include a study that projects Alzheimer`s disease in U.S. could triple by 2050; and the use of risperidone vs. olanzapine for psychosis in older patients.
This course discusses the effectiveness of cholinesterase inhibitors in treating patients with more severe Alzheimer`s. Other articles include a review of the possible link between paroxetine Management of standardization in the clinical management of articles include information on how donepezil may help in management of comorbid schizophrenia and dementia; selegiline and increase risk of hypertension with dopamine; and research showing that venlafaxine and nortriptyline may be similar as treatments for depression in older adults.
Articles in this issue of the Brown University Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology clozapine may not benefit from risperidone augmentation, case reports and cohort studies show possible link between SSRIs and bleeding events, and QT prolongation and psychotropic drugs.
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This course discusses research about the Metabolism and differences in clozapine metabolism and how this may influence clinical response. Other articles include research on St. John's Wort for somatoform disorders; research on Omega-3 fatty acid effectiveness for depression.
This course discusses prevention of depression in medically ill older adults. Other articles include research focusing on treatment of dementia; drug-drug interactions: quetiapine`s potential to increase carbamazepine levels; and research showing that the need for treatment among older Americans will triple by 2020.
This course reviews the research findings on DHEA`s effect on Alzheimer`s. Other articles include donepezil`s possible linked to sleep problems and greater use of hypnotics; research on the possible interaction with buspirone and antiretroviral agents; and somnambulism reported with SSRI`s in older adults.
This course discusses research that finds divalproex to be effective in treating some forms of aggression. Other articles include research showing that topiramate may increase lithium levels in some patients; research on depression treatment for minority women.
This course explores the continuing debate women. Other articles include research on phenytoin levels in the presence of fluorouracil in open-label trial for psychosis in the elderly; and safety of drugs in geriatric patients.
This course discusses the use of duloxetine that has been approved and may offer treatment for both pain and depression in the elderly. Other articles include treating psychiatric aspects of Parkinson?s disease.
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This course reviews research on efficacy of Antidepressants antidepressants in older adults. Other articles include a report on research regarding valproic acid and hyperammonemia; Vascular disease and depression; and drinking patterns of older Americans.
Articles in this issue of the Brown University Augmentation for Psychopharmacology Newsletter include: lithium and T3 augmentation for major depression produce modest results and slight differences, effects of pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy in late-life depression, and valproate and olanzapine.
evaluates long-term benefits of donepezil for mild to moderate Alzheimer`s disease. Other articles include research on lithium toxicity when adding a COX-2 inhibitor; and the use of ECT for AD patients.
Articles in this issue of the Brown University Psychopharmacology Newsletter include: two or Bipolar Disorder more combined drugs may be needed to treat rapid-cycling bipolar disorder, pilot study explores riluzole as treatment for generalized anxiety disorder, and drug-induced interference of tricyclic antidepressant assays.
This course includes the following articles: schizophrenia treatment; Folate deficiency in schizophrenia is supplementation warranted; Possible interaction among quetiapine, doxepin and pantoprazole. Brown University Psychopharmacology Update - November 2005 Articles in this issue of the Brown University Nalmefene may be a potential treatment option maintenance paroxetine and psychotherapy in elderly patients, and polypsychopharmacy: evaluating prevalence and concerns.
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damage link reviewed, pharmacogenetics and antidepressants, results of a study reviewing Olanzapine vs. Haloperidol, New antidepressants in the pipeline, new innovations in drug delivery systems and treatment refractory OCD. Brown University Psychopharmacology Update January to March 2004 This course discusses research on pregabalin Pipeline as Non- that shows promise as non-addictive anxiolytic. Other articles include a discussion of deep brain stimulation provide hope for intractable OCD; research on the efficacy of ziprasidone in acute mania.
Articles in this issue of the Brown University MAOI transdermal patch available to treat major depressive disorder in adults, and FDA advisory committee recommends black box warning for Pharmacology New Medications Topics covered in this Brown University for Treatment of Psychopharmacology Update October- November 2004 include new medications for treatment of alcohol dependence, Review of Cymbalta for MDD, comparison of paroxetine and reboxetine for Panic Disorder and antipsychotics and suicidality.
Pharmacology Nocturnal Panic This Brown University Psychopharmacolgy Update August 2005 includes the following articles: Researchers examining what we do and don`t know about nocturnal panic attacks; Study examines how amphetamines impact driving performance; SSRIs and digoxin: Data broadens possibility of toxicity. Brown University Psychopharmacology Update - August 2005 Pharmacology NSAIDS Use to This course reviews a new study that shows NSAIDs do not slow progression of Alzheimer`s disease. Other articles include research on hormone therapy linked to increase in dementia in elderly women; findings of a longer half-life of fluoxetine in elderly patients; ziprasidone used for mood and behavioral disturbances in older adults.
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Pharmacology Olanzapine and This course discusses the increased risk of hyperlipidemia with olanzapine use in older Hyperlipidemia in adults. Other articles include a discussion of Geriatric Patients combination therapy of risperidone and fluvoxamine in older adults; testosterone therapy for late-onset depression; and a meta-analysis of benefits of Chls.
Articles in this issue of the Brown University Acid Levels as a Psychopharmacology Newsletter include: omega-3 fatty acid levels as a predictor of future remission rates in third trial of patients with MDD, and Haloperidol pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics.
This course includes the following articles: Osteoporosis drug, raloxifene, may lower risk for cognitive impairment; Diagnosing and managing benzodiazepine dependence. Brown University Psychopharmacology Update - June 2005 Pharmacology Overlap Between This course includes the following articles: Experts exploring the overlap between OCD and schizophrenia; Groundbreaking study finds earlier than expected effects of antipsychotics. Brown University Psychopharmacology Update - July 2005 Pharmacology Pharmacogeneti This course includes the following articles: Impact of Different Atypical Antipsychotics on Cognitive Function in Schizophrenia; Quetiapine and Venlafaxine Intoxication; Risperidone and Childhood Abuse Related PTSD. Brown University Psychopharmacology Update - February 2005 Pharmacology Placebo Effects Articles in this issue of the Brown University Psychopharmacology Newsletter include: what is the evidence for placebo effects on insomnia? Other articles include: groundbreaking meta-analysis weighs death risk of atypical antipsychotic use, and assessing the effect of milnacipran on the cytochrome P-450 enzyme.
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polypharmacy for schizophrenia. Other articles effectiveness in treating alcoholism; the use of Anticonvulsants and calcium channel blockers; and an update on HRT and dementia.
This course includes the following articles: Prolactin and Antipsychotics: Examining the Risks and how to Manage Them; Divalproex for Comorbid Bipolar Disorder and Alcoholism; SSRI's and Tamoxifen Interaction; Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Clomipramine for OCD; Fluoxetine for Dysthymic Disorder in the Elderly. Brown University Psychopharmacology Update - March 2005 This course includes the following articles: Elderly Patients Psychosis in Elderly Patients with Dementia - Treatment Options; Are Prescription Stimulants being Misused/Abused; Drug -drug interactions - St. John's Wort and imantinib mesylate; Nicotine and ADHD in Adolescents; Ethnicity and the Course of Tardive Dyskenesia. Brown University Psychopharmacology Update - January 2005 This course includes the following articles: Quetiapine shows promise in treating acute Bipolar Disorder bipolar depression; New algorithm available for Bipolar I disorder more detailed information incorporated; No interaction found between paroxetine and alprazolam. Brown University Psychopharmacology Update - September 2005 This course reviews the results of a research study on the use of sertraline and venlafaxine in older adults. Other articles include a study of the diagnosis of AD in the primary care setting; and a study on the use of benzodiazapines in the elderly.
Pharmacology Risk Factors for This course discusses the relationship between increase risk of breast cancer and psychotropic medication. Other articles include information on how to differentiate benign from serious rash when prescribing lamotrigine; Drug-Drug Interactions: nefazodone may raise clozapine levels EL Library
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Pharmacology Risperidone and This course reviews two groundbreaking randomized studies that assess efficacy of Schizophrenia in risperidone and olanzapine in elders with schizophrenia. Other articles include research on SSRIs related to syndrome of inappropriate secretion of antidiuretic hormone; and research assessing galantamine for dementia and reducing caregiver burden.
Sertraline treatment for severe PMDD, safety of concurrent donepezil and Risperidone treatment, augmentation strategies for treating SSRI resistant depression, drug-drug interactions in treating depression and HIV, managing bipolar disorder in pregnant woman and diagnosing and treating postpartum-onset OCD.
This course looks at the research on Substance P antagonists (SPAs): New class of drugs that shows promise in treating depression. Other articles include research focusing on safety and efficacy of drugs in elderly patients; research showing that clozapine helps reduce suicide attempts in schizophrenia Articles in this issue of the Brown University Psychopharmacology Newsletter include: SSRI, Equally Effective tricyclic antidepressant equally effective for postpartum depression, short-term risperidone augmentation effective for resistant depression, and selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
This course discusses guidelines for treatment Benzodiazepines of panic disorder with SSRIs recommended but benzodiazepines most often prescribed for panic disorder. Other articles include information on newer anticonvulsants and their diverse roles in bipolar disorder; fluvoxamine and risperidone associated with possible NMS, serotonin syndrome.
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effectiveness of thyroid hormone for treatment- resistant affective disorders. Other articles include research on the use of depo-provera to treat sex offenders; efficacy of once-daily atomoxetine; aripiprazole in treatment of Schizophrenia.
Depression and Psychopharmacology Update July- September 2004 include treating depressed patients who have comorbid substance dependence, real world treatment of Borderline Disorder, the evolution of antidepressant medications, expert consensus on antipsychotic, diabetes and obesity, a comparison of mechanisms of action between escitalopram and citalopram and new research on olanzapine/fluoxetine therapy in treatment of psychotic depression.
This course includes the following: Evaluating Depression with the risks for treating depression with SSRIs during pregnancy; SSRIs and congenital heart defects in infants; Lamotrigine concentrations may be changed by commonly used psychotropics. Brown University Psychopharmacology Update - December 2005 This course discusses the treatment challenges depression. Other articles include a report on a promising new agent that may reduce anxiety without sedation; the use of modafinil for short-term treatment of fatigue in MDD.
treatment of psychosis in Parkinson`s disease. Other articles include depression in the elderly: research exploring the link with physical symptoms; the use of olanzapine for psychosis in AD patients; and menopause`s effect on depression.
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This course reviews recommended treatment strategies and key clinical research findings for children with ADHD and Disruptive Behavior Disorders. This issue of The Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, February 2004 also reviews the results and clinical implications of a recent federal study of drug use among teenagers.
This course reviews recent findings related to Pharmacotherap use of medications in treatment of ADHD. This issue of the Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, June 2004 also discusses the effects that parental conflict has on aggression in children and ways that Mental Health professionals can help to reduce youth exposure to secondhand smoke.
This course focuses on current research on Autism Research Autism Spectrum Disorders and discusses the challenges of identifying children with Autism early so that effective intervention can occur. This issue of The Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, January 2004 also covers risk taking behavior in male adolescents.
Antidepressants Articles in this issue of The Brown University Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology Update include: a new epidemiologic study examines the risks between the relation of antidepressants and suicide. If approved, modafinil will add more choice for ADHD treatment.
Attachment Therapy that uses pain, intimidation and emotional abuse for the purpose of changing children's behavior and emotions. The importance of parent education for intervening with parents thought to be utilizing Attachment Therapy and a review of case studies that illustrate the harmful nature of the parenting practices advocated by proponents are also discussed. This issue of the Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, October 2004 also presents the results of research linking hyperactivity to food additives.
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Bipolar Disorder Articles in this issue of the Brown University Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology Newsletter include: bipolar disorder in very young children, dearth of evidence supporting nonepileptic uses of antiepileptic medications, and clozapine versus Olanzapine for COS.
Articles in this issue of the Brown University Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology CATIE compares old and new medications for schizophrenia treatmentCareful monitoring required in clozapinetreated children and adolescents Topics covered include Pergolide and Tic Psychopharmac Meridia and weight loss in teens, evaluating clozapine in children, Modafanil and ADHD and the controversy surrounding medication coercion in schools.
Topics covered include real-world antipsychotic prescribing practices, treatment problems Psychopharmac associated with the use of Ziprasidone in children with Autism, the risk of Pancreatitis Jan-March 2003 associated with Valproate treatment in pediatric patients and the use of medication to prevent suicide in teens.
Topics covered include pharmacological options for treatment of disorders of aggression in Psychopharmac youth, SAD remission rates, use of Abilify for treatment of Conduct Disorder in children, combination treatment with pediatric bipolar patients and a review of the literature related to Omega-3 fatty acids and psychiatric illness.
Topics covered include Divalproex use in bipolar offspring, a review of a large study of the Psychopharmac safety and efficacy of SSRI use in children, pharmacological treatment options for ADHD, risperidone for disruptive behavior disorders and SSRI's and suicide trends in youth.
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Child and Family This course discusses a new developmentally sensitive treatment mode for Pediatric Bipolar Disorder that combines principles of family focused therapy with cognitive behavioral therapy and medication. This issue of the Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, July 2004 also reviews issues related to gender variant children and presents a family centered model for assisting parents to work with their children to avoid stigma and improve quality of life.
Childhood-Onset This course provides an overview of the symptoms and diagnosis of childhood-onset schizophrenia. It discusses similarities and differences with adult-onset schizophrenia as well as treatments and suspected causes.
This Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology Update, April-June 2004 include prescription drugs available to children via Internet, Identifying and treating children at risk for bipolar disorder, effectiveness of stimulants for ADHD in preschoolers, changes in effectiveness of stimulant treatment for ADHD over time, use of chemical restraints in children and psychiatric drug patterns for inpatient pediatric patients.
This Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology Update, February 2005 discusses the myths, children with epilepsy and ADHD. It also describes emerging brain-based interventions for children and adolescents. Other topics include the summarization of the results of a research study that used mixed amphetamine salts to treat ADHD in bipolar disorder.
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Chronic Obesity This course present the findings of research related to chronic obesity and psychiatric Psychopathology disorders in youth. Family factors, preventative strategies and effective treatment programs are discussed. Helping children deal with war and terrorism and the effectiveness of early intervention programs in preventing youth violence are also discussed in this issue of the Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, May 2003.
This course discusses gender and age trends, diagnostic overlap and comorbidity in Conduct Disorder and Oppositional Defiant Disorder. Defiant Disorder; Treatment strategies and directions for future Trends and research are also reviewed. Recent research on Inhalant use by children is also covered in this issue of the Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, May 2004.
This course defines the concept and discusses Executive Skills the importance of developing executive skills and suggests effective strategies for working with children and adolescents who have deficits in this area. This issue of the Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, August 2004 also provides a comprehensive review of a pilot project designed to improve adolescent mental health screening.
Articles in this issue of the Brown University Methylphenidate Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology Update include: discussion of the clinical implications of the recently released results of the Preschool ADHD Treatment Study (PATS), identification of two safeguards that researchers used to protect against inappropriate inclusion of preschool subjects and overly aggressive dosing of methylphenidate, and a discussion about the findings from the first study to assess antidepressant induced mania (AIM) in children with or at high risk for bipolar disorder (BD).
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Articles in this issue of the Brown University Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology Newsletter include: psychopharmacological efficacy profiles: Divalproex for adolescent conduct disorder, studies show atomoxetine effective, well-tolerated in young ADHD patients, and stimulants for driving performance in teens with ADHD.
Family Focused This course reviews the effectiveness of two types of family intervention strategies targeted at children living in homes with a depressed parent. Methods utilized and the implications for practitioners working with this population are discussed. This issue of The Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter November 2003 also presents outcomes from a large school based suicide prevention program and reviews body of research related to the mental health of juvenile delinquents.
FDA Advisory on Articles in this issue of The Brown University Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology Update include: the FDA advisory committee recommends black box warning for ADHD drugs, and the FDA advisory committee recommends stronger risk management program could slow prescribing of Accutane.
Future Directions This Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology of the Treatment Update, January 2005 discusses the directions of the treatment of eating disorder. It also describes the usefulness and effectiveness of ECT in adolescents. Other topics include the link between iron deficiency and ADHD.
This course provides an overview of Gender Identity Disorder of Childhood, discusses the onset of this disorder and practical clinical implications. The Impact of Relationships on Teen Behavior is also covered in this Jan 2003 issue of The Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter.
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This Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology Update, July-Sept 2004 covers insomnia in adolescents, results of a four year follow-up study of children with bipolar disorder, methylphenidate use in children with MR and ADHD, clozapine for PTSD, IED and bipolar disorder, review of results from TADS study (treatment of adolescents with depression) and lithium continuation may not be beneficial for mania.
Articles in this issue of the Brown University Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology Longer acting MPH increases compliance in Medicaid populationExpert discusses alternative treatment options for ADHD in children Articles in this issue of the newsletter include: long-term treatment with risperidone yields benefits in treating disruptive behavior disorders, the ADHD black box warning update, atomoxetine for ADHD: comorbid ODD and risk Medication Use This November 2004 Special Report from The Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter covers pharmacological intervention in adolescents with Alcohol Use Disorders, discusses the controversy and findings that led to the Black Box Warning on SSRI's for children and reviews the results of several new studies on the use of Lithium, Risperidone and methylphenidate in children.
Articles in this issue of the Brown University Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology Newsletter include: can melatonin improve symptomsof pediatric sleep disorders and Fluoxetine shown to be beneficial in one-year study of anxiety disorders.
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Methylphenidate This Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology Update, July 2005 discusses the safety and efficacy of methylphenidate transdermal system for ADHD. Other topics include the pilot study showing the association between Accutane and changes in brain function that may be associated in depression; a recent study that suggests autism can be distinguished from other developmental disabilities as early as 24 months of age.
Ongoing Debate Articles in this issue of the Brown University Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology Experts discuss complete review of published, unpublished data on SSRI use in children; evaluating the risks for treating depression with SSRIs during pregnancy Pediatric Bipolar This Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology pediatric bipolar disorder and schizophrenia, a review of the PIER program for early intervention with schizophrenia, guidelines for ADHD and disruptive behavior disorders, depressed preschoolers and psychosocial distress, Hypothyroidism in children treated with Lithium, and Oxycontin abuse by adolescents.
Pharmacogeneti This Brown University Child and Adolescent discusses pharmacogenetics and ADHD. It also explains the prescribing patterns of psychiatric medications for children and adolescents. Other topics describe how abnormal head growth has been linked with autism.
This course discusses specific strategies for Reducing Social preventing and reducing social aggression including assertiveness training and peer intervention. Summaries of research presented at the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) related to treatment of children in a variety of settings are also covered in this issue of The Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, December 2003.
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Articles in this issue of the Brown University Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology Newsletter include: problems with retention stymie progress of adolescents in Buprenorphine treatment, iron deficiency as a risk factor for ADHD and Aripiprazole for borderline personality disorder in teens and adults.
This course discusses three psychosocial Interventions for interventions that have proven effective in treating ADHD; Parent training in behavioral management, classroom-based behavior modification techniques and special education placements. The outcomes of mental health interventions for children and adolescents are also covered in this issue of the Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, Feb. 2003.
This course reviews research related to the effects of rap music on various types of antisocial behavior in adolescents. Factors that decrease antisocial behavior such as parental guidance are discussed and various experts share their view on the subject. This issue of The Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, June 2003 also covers the use of the Child Welfare system for children and adolescents in need of mental health services.
Recognizing and This course reviews common depressive symptoms in young children, ages 2-5, tools for evaluation of depression within this population and treatment approaches. Psychiatric Diagnosis in Children and the implications for treatment and funding are also covered in this issue of the Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, March 2003.
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School Centered This course provides a comprehensive review of the epidemiology of mental health problems in school age children, describes a three tier approach for developing school based mental health programs and the challenges involved in the coordination of care among an interdisciplinary treatment team. This issue of the Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, September 2004 also presents the results of a recent survey of 1,400 school-based mental health professionals.
This article summarizes a new study on the role psychiatric disorders play in school refusal. Environmental and psychosocial factors related to this problem are also reviewed. The findings and recommendations of a The New Freedom Commission on Mental Health related to early intervention and mental health programs in schools are also reviewed in this issue of The Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, September 2003.
This course discusses types of self-injury in adolescents, identifying potential self-injurers and recommended treatment strategies. Alcohol and drug use in girls with Eating Disorders is also covered in this issue of The Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, March 2004.
This Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology Update, Oct-Nov 2004 covers include an update on the use of SSRI's in children, combination therapy for OCD and a review of new research in treatment of ADHD.
Articles in this issue of the Brown University Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology ADHD & Weight Update include: how stimulant treatment for ADHD can retard rate of weight growth, the effects of midazolam on memory in pediatric surgery settings, and Risperidone in children, adolescents and adults with MR.
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This Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology Update, August 2005 discusses the recent epidemiological study suggesting a relationship between streptococcal infections in young children and onset of OCD, Tourettes and Tic Disorder. Other topics include Identifying the reperidones effect on three core symptoms of autism; Safety issues concerning antidepressant use in pediatric patients.
This course reviews recent research on the Gateway Theory, the theory that marijuana use Abuse; Research in young teens leads to use of harder drugs as on the Gateway adults. The effectiveness of an enhanced DARE Theory and an program in prevention of drug and alcohol use Enhanced DARE in teens is also covered in this issue of the Program Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, April 2003.
This course reviews the literature on brain Visual Electronic development and discusses potentially negative effects of television, video games and other electronic media on neurodevelopment. A real life case study is reviewed and strategies for preventing damage discussed. This issue of The Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, July 2003 also covers an innovative, culturally sensitive case management program model for children with Severe Emotional Disorder.
Treating Anxiety Articles in this issue of the Brown University & Depression in Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology Newsletter include: treating anxiety and depression in children with cancer, how medication may be effective in treating hyperactivity in autism, and expert question and answer on cancer and depression.
This Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology Bipolar Disorder Update, March 2005 discusses the controversy, the diagnosis and the treatment of bipolar disorder in children and adolescents. It also explains new treatment guidelines available for children and adolescents with bipolar disorder. Other topics describe comorbid conditions in children with bipolar disorder.
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This Brown University Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology Update - October 2005 includes information on how essential fatty acid supplements may benefit children with DCD. Other articles in this issue include atomoxetine examined for pediatric ADHD with comorbid depression or anxiety.
Trends in Youth This course reviews research related to teen suicide and the use of SSRI`s. Other articles continues about atypical antipsychotics and diabetes; research on new onset seizure with quetiapine and olanzapine; and PTSD improvements with paroxetine treatment.
This course defines temperament in children, reviews findings related to the effect of Temperament on temperament on behavior and interactions and children's experiences at home and school. The increased risk of drug use in children with ADHD is also covered in this issue of The Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, October 2003.
This course discusses key research findings that lead to recent changes in label warnings related to suicide and use of antidepressants in children and adolescents. This issue of The Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, April 2004 also covers school-based prevention programs to reduce drug use and research on preventing bullying in schools.
This Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology Update, May 2005 discusses the safety and long-term effects of using stimulants for children with ADHD. It also describes protocol and safety concerns regarding using pediatric chemical restraints in the ER. Other topics explain how folinic acid treatment may be linked with neurologic improvements.
Articles in this issue of the Brown University Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology Newsletter include: weighing the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids for childhood depression, recommendations to minimize endocrine and metabolic adverse effects, and Citalopram studied for adolescent MDD.
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This course discusses an educational support program designed for children of addicted Addicted Parents parents. It describes a new resource for providing a structured support program to this population in schools and treatment programs. Recent findings related to drug safety in children and adolescents are also reviewed in this issue of The Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter, August 2003.
This Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology Update, June 2005 discusses why ziprasidone should be used with caution in children and adolescents. It also describes the results of a study that used Lithium and divalproex as maintenance. Other topics explain why the FDA did not approve Risperdal to be marketed as a treatment for autism.
This course describes symptoms, causes, and treatments, with information on depressive disorders. It is intended as an introduction for direct service staff new to the field.
This course is a basic introduction to the human brain. It discusses how a healthy brain works, how to keep it healthy and what happens when the brain is diseased or dysfunctional.
This 2 credit hour course provides an overview of the Inspector General's plan for 2006 and the implications for behavioral health. Important elements of an organization's compliance program related to appropriate services and documentation is also discussed. Compliance issues regarding Medicaid reimbursement is a focal point of the course. **Audio/Video Required.
Employment and This course provides a conceptual framework, various program approaches, resources and regulations regarding supportive employment services for the homeless mentally ill.
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characteristics of social phobia, also called social anxiety. It discusses the prevalence, physical symptoms that often accompany the disease and possible physiological, genetic, biochemical and environmental causes. It reviews available treatments and other co-occurring illnesses.
Finding Ways to This study reviews the national effort that is focusing on finding ways to prevent Alzheimer`s pharmacotherapy of bipolar disorder in the elderly; and donepezil and muscle relaxants use in older adults.
First Depression This course reviews the results from First findings that treatment of depression helps non- mood symptoms in Alzheimer disease. Other articles include research that valsartan may raise lithium levels, and atypicals use in treating cognition problems in elderly.
This course explores factors expected to influence the need, demand and availability of mental health services in the near future including short-term trends, key socioeconomic indicators and psychopharmacologic factors.
diagnosing and treating geriatric PTSD. Other articles include a discussion of late-life insomnia psychiatric and medical comorbidity; and the immune system and Alzheimer`s.
Identification and This course reviews the research regarding the Attention Deficit evidence-based treatment of ADHD.
This course addresses the tragic and potentially preventable public health problems of suicide and attempted suicide in America. The course discusses prevalence and risk factors by gender and age as well as prevention efforts and pharmacologic and psychosocial treatments.
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This course discusses research on promising treatments for geriatric depression, dementia and Alzheimer`s disease. Other articles include use of memantine plus donepezil for improvement of the cognitive and physical symptoms of AD.
This course discusses the use of psychotherapy and medication treatment for both depression and pain associated with arthritis. Other articles include a discussion of how Clioquinol slows cognitive decline in patients with moderate to severe AD; the use of Venlafaxine, sertraline combination for depression; and Olanzapine vs. haloperidol in treatment of geriatric schizophrenia.
PTSD in People This course reviews the growing research about the effects of trauma exposure on people with severe mental illness including information on risk factors, prevalence and assessment.
This course explains the Privacy Rule, a Federal HIPAA From NIH regulation under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996, in the research context. It provides a basic understanding of the Privacy Rule, which protects certain health information, and how it may affect health research. It also addresses how researchers may be affected when their research requires the use of an individual's identifiable health information.
This course explores the risks associated with and Prescription the use of herbal remedies and prescription medication in older adults. Other articles include a discussion of drug intervention for behavioral symptoms of dementia; the safety of galantamine/risperidone therapy in AD patients; and the use of pharmacogenetics and antidepressants in older adults.

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