Anxiety, Irritability, and Agitation as Indicators of Bipolar Mania with Depressive Symptoms: a post hoc analysis of two clinical trials
Total CE Credit Hours: 1
Course Info URL: http://www.ce-credit.com/courses/102315
About the Course:
Bipolar I disorder is a mental health disorder consisting of more than just two distinct poles. Specifically, between the extremes of mania and depression, individuals can also experience mixed states in which various manic and depressive symptoms are present simultaneously. Symptoms common between both depression and mania include anxiety, irritability, and agitation (AIA). This manuscript focuses on a post-hoc study examinng whether the presence of AIA symptoms are predictive of depression and/or prognosis.
Int Journal of Bipolar Disorders, 5(36) 2017
Trisha Suppes, MD, PhD; Jonas Eberhard, PhD; Ole Lemming, MSc; Allan H Young, MD, PhD; Roger S McIntyre, MD
This course is recommended for health care professionals, especially psychologists, counselors, social workers, and addiction counselors who seek knowledge about Bipolar disorder. It is appropriate for all levels of participants’ knowledge.
Discuss the history and clinical aspects of Bipolar I disorder with mixed states.
Discuss the clinical importance of anxiety, irritability, and agitation (AIA) symptoms as they pertain to Bipolar I disorder.
Describe the findings of the of the Suppes et al. (2017) study.
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