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Medscape Perspectives on the American Psychiatric Association (APA) 2010 Annual Meeting

May 22 - 26, 2010; New Orleans, Louisiana

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Top News Stories From the APA 2010 Annual Meeting: Slideshow
New research covered at the meeting includes more effective treatments for PTSD, using email to screen for major depressive disorder in college students, and using a computer program to help patients with anorexia nervosa bridge the gap between self-perception and reality.

Expert Blog

From the Floor of APA 2010
Nassir Ghaemi, MD, MPH



Expert Commentaries

APA 2010 Expert Video: ADHD Highlights
Richard H. Weisler, MD


APA 2010 Expert Video: Substance Abuse and Suicidality
Richard H. Weisler, MD; Ashwin Patkar, MD, MRCPsych

APA 2010 Expert Video - Schizophrenia Prodrome: Consensus or Confusion?
Peter J. Weiden, MD

Countdown to APA 2010
Robert L. Findling, MD