Run time: 90 min, in 6 parts
Production date: 2002
The purpose of this broadcast is to increase participants' knowledge in identifying target symptoms in PTSD for pharmacological treatment and to provide basic information on the mechanisms of action of various classes of pharmacological agents. Also the presentation will review data on the efficacy of various classes of medications in treatment of PTSD.
After the completion of this program, participants should be able to:
|Title of Section||Run Time||Windows Media||Transcript - pdf|
|Introduction||(14:19)||Video (240 kB)||Part 1|
|Neurotransmitter Review||(4:06)||Video (238 kB)||Part 2|
|Overview of Pharmacological Treatment||(13:59)||Video (240 kB)||Part 3|
|Efficacy; Antidepressants||(12:16)||Video (240 kB)||Part 4|
|More Agents; Recommendations||(21:56)||Video (240 kB)||Part 5|
|Questions and Answers session||(27:27)||Video (240 kB)||Part 6|
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Steven E. Lindley, MD, PhD, Former Associate Director for Research, National Center for PTSD
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