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The American Psychiatric Association's 2011 Annual Meeting
May 14 - 18, 2011; Honolulu, Hawaii
This coverage is not sanctioned by, nor a part of, the American Psychiatric Association.
Meeting Highlights at a Glance
- APA 2011 Sleep Disorders a 'Normal,' Stand-Alone Response to Combat?
- APA 2011 New DSM-5 to Go Electronic
- APA 2011 Low Vitamin D: A Contributor to Mental Disorders in Children?
- APA 2011 Courses With Horses Calm Violent Patients
- APA 2011 Women and Cancer: Psychiatric Care Makes a Difference
- APA 2011 Women and Combat Stress: All's Not Equal in War
- APA 2011 Switching to Aripiprazole May Reduce Metabolic Risk
- APA 2011 Virtual Reality Improves Social Attention in Autistic Kids
- APA 2011 Has the Silver Tsunami Begun?
- APA 2011 Economic Woes and Suicide: Will the United States Follow Japan?
- APA 2011 Investigative Depression Drug Does Better in Europe than United States
- APA 2011 Wide Variation in Commitment Laws for Substance Abuse
- APA 2011 Number of 'Problem' Drinkers to Increase Under DSM-5
- APA 2011 Portrayal of ECT in Bollywood, Hollywood Films Inaccurate
- APA 2011 Deployment Linked to Child Psychiatric Hospitalizations
- APA 2011 Impact of Bed Bugs Much More Than Skin Deep
- APA 2011 Traumatic Events Linked to a Wide Variety of Physical Illnesses
- APA 2011 Defining 'Cure' From Depression: Do GPs and Psychiatrists Agree?
- APA 2011 Can Diabetes Meds Treat Depression?
- APA 2011 Different Types of Media Have Differing Effects on Teens' Sleep
- APA 2011 What's Hot at APA's 2011 Annual Meeting?
- APA 2011 What Priorities Top New APA President's Agenda?
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