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Tardive Dyskinesia Across Psychiatric Disorders

Overview



This activity is jointly provided by Global Medical Education and Postgraduate Institute for Medicine

This activity is supported by an independent educational grant from Neurocrine Biosciences   

This symposium will address the diagnostic and differential diagnostic issues in patients with TD across psychiatric illnesses. The importance of the AIMS examination and evidence-based treatments for TD will be discussed.

This event is part of the AACP's Psychaitry Update 2020 meeting. To register for this session, please visit their website at: https://cvent.me/gZwQ5w?RefId=GME

Program Agenda

7:10 - 7:15 PM: Welcome Remarks
7:15 - 7:35 PM: "Diagnosing TD in Psychiatric Patients" (Rebecca Roma, MD)
7:35 - 7:55 PM "Managing TD Across Psychiatric Disorders" (John Miller, MD) 
7:55 - 8:10 PM: Q&A / Closing Remarks 

Faculty Members Scheduled to Attend

John J. Miller, MD
Psychiatrist, Seacoast Mental Health Center, Exeter, NH
Rebecca Roma, MD
Psychiatrist, Pittsburgh, PA

Location and Date

MONDAY, DECEMBER 07, 2020
Live Virtual Webcast

GME is not taking registrations for this meeting. Please see information on registration in the "Program Overview" section.

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