Neuropsychiatric Symptoms in Alzheimer’s
Neuropsychiatric symptoms (NPSs) are hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), causing substantial distress for both people with dementia and their caregivers, and contributing to early institutionalization. This CE course explores the neurobiology of NPSs in AD and specific symptoms common in AD such as psychosis, agitation, apathy, depression, and sleep disturbances. In addition, clinical trial designs for NPSs in AD and regulatory considerations will be discussed.
HIV Care Outcomes Among Latinos
Recent data indicate that Hispanics or Latinos are disproportionately affected by HIV infection. This short CE course looks at the HIV care outcomes among Hispanics or Latinos with diagnosed HIV infection in the United States.
Men and Suicide: A Neural Basis for the Acquired Capability
The high rate of fatal suicidal behavior in men is an urgent issue as highlighted in the public eye via news sources and media outlets. This advanced CE course addresses this issue while attempting to understand the neural substrates underlying the gender differences in the rate of fatal suicidal behavior.
Behavioral Health Screening in HIV Care Settings
Behavioral health screening is an important step for health care provider organizations to increase access to quality behavioral health care. This CEU course provides steps and examples that organizations can follow to build effective behavioral health screening that supports a system of integrated care.
Domestic Violence Offender Program Standards
Domestic violence, as a learned behavior, is supported by a system of beliefs and attitudes and requires a variety of approaches to prevent, reduce, and eliminate it. This CEU course provides standards that are designed to address the patterns and dynamics of male to female violence, control, and abuse. These standards are intended to serve as a framework for program providers to develop and deliver domestic violence services.
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