Throughout our history, our members and task groups have collaborated on various projects in order to further our goal of developing more appropriate and effective treatments for those living with mood disorders. These collaborations have included research publications, the development of toolkits to aid professionals in the mental health field, and articles to educate the public on stigmatized topics relating to mood disorders and treatment disparities. We are proud to present a list of published collaborations as a testament to the groundbreaking work being accomplished through the power of our nationwide network.
Gender differences in suicide risk factors among individuals with mood disorders (Journal Article)
In: 5 , pp. 218, 2016.
A naturalistic, multi-site study of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation therapy for depression (Journal Article)
In: 208 , 2016.
In: American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 23 (9), pp. 977-984, 2015.
Do All Relapses in Schizophrenia Warrant Resumption of Medication? (Journal Article)
In: American Journal of Psychiatry, 168 (9), pp. 987-987, 2011.
Does Antidepressant Step Therapy Fuel the Law of Unintended Consequences? (Journal Article)
In: 167 , pp. 1148-51, 2010.
In: Bipolar Disorders, 0 (0), 0000.