Current Psychiatry/AACP Meeting on “Mood and Anxiety Disorders: Solving Clinical Challenges, Improving Patient Care” intends to gather together clinical practitioners and academicians to improve care of patients with psychiatric illness by emphasizing on practical knowledge. This highly practical, educational forum will feature some of the world renowned faculty who will provide best practice information, especifically designed to address the everyday challenges of improving outcomes for patients with mood and anxiety disorders. The meeting will be beneficial to interact with many psychiatrists and acquire clinically useful information.
Current Psychiatry/AACP Meeting on Mood and Anxiety Disorders will focus on the following topics:
- Managing mood and anxiety disorders across the life span.
- Best practices for treating social anxiety disorder, panic disorder, OCD and PTSD.
- Maximizing antidepressant therapy while managing side effects, drug interactions, and suicide risk.
- Diagnostic challenges: Unipolar vs bipolar depression: atypical depression; borderline personality disorder vs mood disorders.
The targeted visitors at Current Psychiatry/AACP Meeting on Mood and Anxiety Disorders 2010 are:
- Nurse Practitioners
- Physician Assistants
- Faculty Members
American Academy of Clinical Psychiatrists (AACP)