Treatment

The treatment of bipolar disorder is complicated. In determining appropriate treatment, the clinician must take into consideration the presence of manic, hypomanic, mixed, and bipolar depression episodes as well as unipolar depression. Development of a treatment plan with safety consideration in mind and in accordance with the established guidelines is crucial.

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Performance Improvement CME  

Bipolar disorder is a leading cause of disability and affects approximately 5.7 million American adults in the United States. While many advances have been made in the area of bipolar disorder diagnosis and treatment, significant clinical barriers still persist. As a result, many clinicians remain challenged to deliver care aligned with current evidence. Learn to implement guideline-approved processes of care for patients with bipolar disorder, with special emphasis on clinical tools and established measures designed to enhance and streamline practice systems
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Peer-to-Peer Dialogue  

Optimizing Patient Engagement in Treatment
Faculty: Ronald J. Diamond, MD and Richard L. Brown, MD, MPH
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Using Concepts of Chronic Care Management for Patients with Bipolar Disorder
Faculty: Layne A. Prest, PhD, LMFT and Ronald J. Diamond, MD
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On-Demand Webinar  

Evidence-Based Management of Patients with Bipolar Disorder
Presented by: Caleb M. Adler, MD
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Video Library   

How to Tell Your Patient You Believe the Diagnosis is Bipolar Disorder
Faculty: Caleb M. Adler, MD
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Evaluation of a Patient with Bipolar Disorder New to Practice, Currently on Antidepressant Monotherapy
Faculty: Caleb M. Adler, MD
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Practice Tools

A downloadable collection of helpful tools for practitioners treating patients with bipolar disorder. Various patient screening and assessment tools are included.
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