Most Recent Articles by Diana Ernst, RPh
Brexanolone showed top-line results in patients with moderate and severe postpartum depression.
Intepirdine did not meet efficacy endpoints in a Phase 3 trial for Alzheimer disease.
Up to 22% of the motor vehicle crashes in patients with ADHD could have been avoided if those patients had received medication during their entire follow-up
Updated guidelines focus on safe and effective opioid prescribing practices.
This case offers evidence of the interaction between ciprofloxacin and clozapine.
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Psychiatry Advisor Articles
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- Memory Scores Have Limited Value as Early Alzheimer Disease Screening Tools
- Nutritional Psychiatry: Emerging Evidence and Expert Interview
- FDA Approval: Once-Monthly Buprenorphine Injection for Opioid Use Disorder
- Posttreatment Brain Effects of Psilocybin in Patients With Treatment-Resistant Depression
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- Antidepressant Effectiveness for Depression in Schizophrenia
- Higher Rates of Psychotic Incidence in Younger Men, Racial Minorities
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