Bipolar disorder is a serious and chronic psychiatric disorder associated with substantial symptomatology, morbidity, and an increased risk of premature mortality, owing to both, a predominance of bipolar depression, as well as, numerous medical comorbidities. Two clinical experts discuss the diagnosis and treatment of bipolar depression, highlighting the role of psychiatric nursing professionals in these processes.
This activity was designed to improve the knowledge and competence of psychiatric advanced practice nurses with respect to the ready recognition and optimal treatment of adults with bipolar depression.
Upon successful completion of this education activity, participants should be better able to:
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
College of Nursing
Little Rock, Arkansas
Novant Health Salem Family Medicine
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
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