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Teaming up with patients

Professor Mark Opler

Chief Research Officer, MedAvante-ProPhase Inc.
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
New York University, New York, USA

Professor Opler describes a goal attainment approach, and explaines the adaptation of this approach for depression with great success, for tracking progress as patients work to attain specific goals identified as part of a treatment plan. It is then important to measure the outcomes that are important to patients using appropriate scales that incorporate all symptom domains and functional performance. 

Educational financial support for this Satellite Symposium was provided by H. Lundbeck A/S

Mechanisms underlying clinical manifestations of treatment resistance in schizophrenia

Article

Mechanisms 

Niche no more: early use of long-acting injectable antipsychotics in schizophrenia

Article

niche

Two sides of the same coin

Professor Bernhard T Baune

Cato Chair and Head of the Department of Psychiatry,
Melbourne Medical School, University of Melbourne, Australia


Professor Baune discusses the importance of understanding patient goals in the treatment of major depressive disorder and the overall functional impact MDD can have on the patient.
Educational financial support for this Satellite Symposium was provided by H. Lundbeck A/S

Improvement in schizophrenia: Long and short term perspectives

Professor Jose Manuel Olivares

Hospital Alvaro Cunqueiro- EOXI Vigo, Department of Psychiatry, Vigo, Spain

Professor Olivares discusses treatment adherence in schizophrenia and important role it plays in achieving and maintaining quality short and long term clinical outcomes.
Educational financial support for this Satellite Symposium was provided by H. Lundbeck A/S

Advances towards precision in psychiatry: “Dare, Share and Care”

Article

Precision_psychiatry

Can increased focus on patient perspectives improve outcomes in the treatment of schizophrenia?

Article

patient_perspectives

 

Functional recovery in depression: are we doing the right thing for the treatment of depression?

Article

functional_recovery

Assessment of functional outcome in Bipolar Disorder

Prof. Iria Grande

Clinical psychiatrist,Hospital Clínic, IDBAPS, CIBERSAM
Associate Professor of Psychiatry,
University of Barcelona,
Barcelona, Spain


Professor Grande discusses the Functioning Assessment Short Test (FAST), a scale designed to assess patient functioning.

Educational financial support for this Satellite Symposium was provided by H. Lundbeck A/S

Treating cognitive symptoms improves workplace productivity

Article 

treating_cognitive 

 

When to change first-line treatment: Debating an everyday dilemma

Article

first_line_treatment

Dopamine D2 partial agonists – efficacy, tolerability and improved functioning?

Article

dopamine

Psychiatry’s white whale? The search for biomarkers for schizophrenia

Article

White_whale

From probiotics to psychobiotics: nutrition, gut and brain

Article

Probiotics

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