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COVID-19 pandemic leads to rapid uptake of remote consultations in mental healthcare
Every older Australian to be protected by a pharmacist: now is time for action
Protein sequences provide clues to how SARS-CoV-2 infects cells
More reliable pain diagnosis tools needed in people with dementia
Can Early Drug Intervention Prevent Weight Gain in Mentally Ill Children?
No, your birth control won’t cause depression
Prescriptions of Antipsychotic Medications in Young Children is Declining
Woman’s difficult final days inspire trial testing CBD and THC as end-of-life treatment
New UB-IDIBAPS study on origins of autoimmune psychosis
Antipsychotics for Treating Adult Depression Linked with Higher Mortality
Seven HKU young scientists awarded China’s Excellent Young Scientists Fund 2020
Examining Side Effects of Alzheimer’s Disease Dementia Drugs
Music & Memory reduces dementia medications and aggressive behavior
Efficient waste water treatment processes can help reduce pharmaceutical load released into environment
Over-use of Antipsychotics Without Consent in Long Term Aged Care
With Ritalin and similar medications, brain focuses on benefits instead of costs of work
A new window into psychosis
Spotlight on drug use in aged care
Researchers Discover Second Type of Schizophrenia
Prescribers be aware of fatal risks of methadone and clozapine
Exploring how older Australians in aged care use health services
Changing antipsychotics – how to choose best treatment
Doctors and aged care staff must stop improper use of antipsychotic and psychotropic drugs
Boosting amino acid derivative may be a treatment for schizophrenia
From cause to cure? Social media for wellbeing
Psychotropic medicines and hip fractures
Antidepressants and opioids double risk of falls and fractures in older people
Mentally ill at risk of dangerous pregnancy complication
Voices of experience reinforce need for dementia training
New guidelines outline methods to manage tic disorders
Nursing homes ‘fall short’ in dementia drug regime