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Mental Health Weekly
Mental Health Weekly provides the latest information on business trends; state funding and policy issues; litigation; federal legislation and policy; and innovative practices. Topics include managed care's impact on behavioral health, program consolidations and other industry trends, the integration of behavioral health with primary care, and mental health parity.

The Brown University Child and Adolescent Behavior Letter
The Brown University Child and Adolescent Behavior Letter monthly publication delivers reliable information on behavioral issues to child psychiatrists, child psychologists, counselors and school-based counseling staff. The publication offers insightful coverage of the practical applications of academic research, professional commentary and hands-on techniques for working with troubled children and adolescents. Main features include: feature articles written by top experts; a what's new in research section; monthly commentary from editor and other experts; the latest news and developments in child behavior; and a parent handout with every issue.

The Brown University Child Psychopharmacology Update
The Brown University Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology Update delivers updates on new drugs, their uses, typical doses, side effects and interactions, examines generic vs. name brand drugs, reports on new research and new indications for existing medications. Each issue also includes case studies, references for further reading, industry news notes, abstracts of current research and a patient psychotropic medication handout. Main features include: Two feature articles per issue; What's New in Research section; Case reports and industry/FDA news; and a patient medication handout.

The Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application
If you’re pressed for time, you’ll appreciate this APEX award-winning monthly synopsis of critical research developments in the treatment and prevention of alcoholism and drug abuse, including dozens of research abstracts chosen from over 75 medical journals. The Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Applicationprovides professional commentary, treatment assessment, tips for measuring outcomes, examinations of co-occurring disorders and suggested reading for further insight. Main features include: research digests; From the Field column; and an Addiction Research Round-Up insert.

The Brown University Geriatric Psychopharmacology Update
This monthly report is an easy way to keep up to date on the newest breakthroughs in geriatric medicine that have an impact on psychiatric practice. You'll find assembled in one place critical information on topics selected by an experienced editor and gathered by award-winning medical writers. These staff members bring you first-person interviews with physicians and researchers who are on the cutting edge of developing new medications and finding new uses for old ones. In addition, you'll learn about the regulatory issues pertaining to prescribing in the long-term care setting.

The Brown University Psychopharmacology Update
This is the source you can trust for expert guidance in prescribing or monitoring the use of psychotropic medications. Edited by Lawrence H. Price, M.D. of Brown University Medical School, each issue examines the pros and cons of specific drugs, drug-drug interactions, side effects, street drugs, warning signs, case reports and more. The Brown University Psychopharmacology Update always is on target with comprehensive coverage on treating psychiatric disorders with pharmacological agents.

Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Weekly
Your 48-issue subscription offers significant news and analysis of federal and state public policy developments, private sector business developments and provider issues and innovations. Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Weekly is an indispensable resource for directors of addiction treatment programs, federal and state policy makers in health care and criminal justice, and treatment, prevention, and recovery advocates. The focus is on news you can use: getting better outcomes with fewer resources, maximizing scarce dollars, working with criminal justice, finding new funding sources, understanding medications, and more. Topics include the latest findings in treatment and prevention; funding and survival issues for providers; the impact of state and federal policy on treatment and prevention; working under managed care; and co-occurring disorders. Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Weekly nets interviews with top federal and state officials every week.