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Bipolar Disorder: Improving Diagnosis and Optimizing Integrated Care

Bipolar Disorder: Improving Diagnosis and Optimizing Integrated Care

Bipolar Disorder: Improving Diagnosis and Optimizing Integrated Care

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To take this course, read the article, fill out the required information and submit your learning evaluation answers.

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Objective 1
1. Appreciate the reasons for frequent misdiagnosis of bipolar disorder
Objective 2
2. Know the common course of the illness
Objective 3
3. Know how psychosocial interventions can help to reduce the negative impact of the disorder on the lives of those with the illness
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The American Academy of Clinical Psychology
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This course is based on an article by Culver, J.; Arnow, B.; & Ketter, T.

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