Bipolar Disorder with Mixed Features: Update 2021

Bipolar disorder is a chronic mood disorder associated with various mood states including mania, hypomania, depression, and mixed states. The identification and treatment of mixed state is of clinical importance. The diagnosis has changed from DSM-IV “Mixed Episode” to DSM-5 specifiers as “Mixed Manic” and “Mixed Depressive”.

Today we are excited to announce our next clinically relevant discussion for our academy members, with the focus on correctly diagnosing and managing mixed features in bipolar disorder:

Bipolar Disorder with Mixed Features: Update 2021.

Lecture #1: How to Diagnose Bipolar Mixed Feature Specifier?

Lecture #2: Why is Diagnosing Bipolar Mixed State Important?

Lecture #3: Assessment Scales for Mixed State Evaluation.

Lecture #4: Management Options for Bipolar Mixed States.

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