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Preliminary Program
Preliminary Program: Sunday, May 20
Psychiatric News
Volume 42 Number 4 page 5-8
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CME Courses 14-19

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Industry-Supported Symposia

IS8. The Ongoing Debate Surrounding Atypicals: Are the Benefits Worth the Risks?Supported by Solvay Pharmaceuticals and Wyeth Pharmaceuticals

IS9. Still Sleepy After All These Cures: Hypersomnia in PsychiatrySupported by Cephalon Inc.

IS10. Deconstructing Attention and Cognition in ADHD: New Understandings for Improved ManagementSupported by McNeil Pediatrics

IS11. Long-Term Treatment Approaches for Schizophrenia: Comparing Maintenance and Recovery ModelsSupported by Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.

IS12. Dark Horizons: Depression and Cognitive ImpairmentSupported by Forest Laboratories Inc.

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CME Courses 20-25

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CME Courses 26-32

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Industry-Supported Symposia

IS13. Planning for Success in Schizophrenia ManagementSupported by Janssen Pharmaceutica and Research Foundation

IS14. Making Every Sheep Count: Evidence-Based Approaches to Treating InsomniaSupported by Takeda Pharmaceuticals North America Inc.

IS15. Rethinking Bipolar Disorder: Implications of ComorbiditiesSupported by AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals

IS16. Caring for Our Most Challenging Patients With Depression: An Interactive Forum on Novel TreatmentsSupported by Cyberonics Inc.

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Lecture

L1.Carl P. Malmquist, M.D., AAPL/APA's Manfred S. Guttmacher Award Lecture

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Industry-Supported Symposia

IS17. How Comorbid Is ADHD? Results From Epidemiological and Clinical StudiesSupported by Shire U.S. Inc.

IS18. The Alcohol-Dependent Patient: Improving Outcomes Through AdherenceSupported by Cephalon Inc.

IS19. Weighing the Risks and Benefits of Atypical Antipsychotics: Can We Have Our Cake and Eat It Too?Supported by Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.

IS20. STAR*D Findings: Implications for Patients, Clinicians, and Other StakeholdersSupported by Forest Laboratories Inc.

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