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Physician assistants (PAs) may offer an effective way to ensure patients have access to quality mental health care despite the projected shortage of psychiatrists in the near future, according to a poster presented at Psych Congress 2020.
Introducing time-limited adaptive stressors has demonstrated a profound effect on patient well-being, but efforts to sidestep stress often overshadow these approaches in today's society, Psych Congress 2020 cochair Charles Raison, MD, said at the…
Psych Congress 2020 speaker Joseph F. Goldberg, MD, details factors that could influence a patient's response to a treatment for bipolar disorder, and how clinicians can address them.
Psych Congress 2020 presenter Timothy Wilens, MD, discusses the ways in which early treatment can improve outcomes in patients with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). 
Psych Congress 2020 speaker Marc E. Agronin, MD, shares strategies that mental health clinicians can use to adjust psychopharmacologic treatment and dosages for geriatric patients.
A pharmacogenomic test was associated with improved outcomes in patients with major depressive disorder who failed to improve with previous antidepressant treatment, according to a meta-analysis presented at Psych Congress 2020.
A secondary analysis of a study investigating adjunctive pimavanserin for the treatment of patients with major depressive disorder found that it significantly improved insomnia and sleepiness, researchers reported at Psych Congress 2020. 
Bernhard T. Baune, PhD, MD, head of the Department of Mental Health at the University of Münster, Germany, discusses the occurrence of cognitive deficits in patients with various psychiatric disorders.
Psych Congress 2020 cochair Vladimir Maletic, MD, MS, gives the latest updates on adult-onset attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Psych Congress 2020 presenter Timothy Wilens, MD, discusses the negative outcomes associated with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) that is left untreated.
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