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Substance Induced Psychosis - Epidemiology And Diagnosis

Author: Jassin M. Jouria, MD
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CE: 3 hours Pharmacology: 0.5 hour
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Course Summary

When patients present with signs of psychosis, it is critical that health clinicians are able to properly assess and determine root cause. A diagnosis of substance-induced psychosis is an opportunity to work with the patient to determine and resolve underlying mental illnesses and to discourage a reliance on drugs or alcohol. Because individuals with a history of psychosis have a higher than average suicide rate, early recognition and intervention by a qualified health clinician is extremely important. This is the first in a two part series.

Course Format

Homestudy

Course Syllabus

  1. Introduction
  2. Substance-induced Psychosis: Epidemiology
    1. Correlating Factors in Acute Psychosis
    2. Type of Drug Used
    3. Gender, Age, Ethnicity and Race
    4. Low Socio-economic Status
    5. Influencing Factors of Psychosis
  3. Diagnosis And Management Of Psychosis
  4. Acute Care And Mental Health Referrals
  5. Types Of Psychosis
    1. Substance-induced Psychosis Disorder
    2. Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders
    3. Delusional Disorder
    4. Dementia and Delirium
    5. Bipolar Disorder and Major Depression
    6. Postpartum Psychosis
    7. Brief Psychotic Episodes
    8. Psychosis Due to a Medical Condition
  6. Psychosis Of The Young And Elderly
  7. ICD-10 Classification: Types Of Substance-Induced Psychosis
    1. Specifiers for Alcohol and Drug Use
    2. Coding for Substance Use Disorders
  8. Substance Use Type And Withdrawal
  9. Dual Diagnosis
  10. Alcohol Use And Addiction
    1. Heredity
    2. Age
    3. Mental Illness
    4. Definition of Alcohol Use Disorder
    5. Screening and Diagnosis of Alcohol Use
    6. Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test
    7. Complications of Alcohol Use Disorder
    8. Treatment of Alcohol Use Disorder
  11. Alcohol-Related Psychosis
    1. Case Study 1
    2. Case Study 2
  12. Summary .

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