Researchers developed a CME/CE practice improvement program for advance practice providers in which participants self-assessed their use of measurement-based care in their management of patients with major depressive disorder.
Genetic testing can be used to identify patients who would benefit from L-methylfolate adjunctive therapy with antidepressants.
Researchers sought to improve depression screening from 0% to 30% in an 8-week period by implementing the Patient Health Questionnaire-9 and patient-centered right care screening tools.
Researchers sought to identify the associations between loneliness, social isolation, and substance use disorder following the ideology of the psychoneuroimmunology paradigm.
Implementation of complimentary, alternative, and integrative medicine can help improve patient symptoms in scenarios where conservative treatments have failed.
Researchers developed a quality improvement project protocol to describe ways to support diabetes management in psychiatric inpatient settings.
Study finds nurse practitioners should advocate for gender-affirming hormone therapy (GAHT) to alleviate depressive symptoms in transgender patients.
Researchers sought to review current literature on online-based or mobile programs that support caregivers of adolescents with mental health disorders.
Researchers aimed to assess changes in the prevalence of tobacco use among patients with mental illness who were admitted to a tobacco-free inpatient psychiatric facility.
A rapid response team was assembled and trained to intervene early and de-escalate situations involving mental health patients.