12:00 noon CDT | via Zoom Webinar
"What is Psychosis?"
Dr. Heckers will review his 30+ years of studying the brain to understand psychosis. He will review the classification of psychotic disorders, explore one neural model (hippocampal hyperactivity), and weave in clinical vignettes of persons with psychotic disorders.
This activity is designed to help attendees:
- describe the history of studying and treating persons with psychosis
- explain some features of psychosis with abnormalities in the brain
- appreciate the difficulty of making progress in psychosis research
CME credit for Psychiatry Grand Rounds is only available during the live feed time and for a brief time immediately following. The code for this week's session is displayed at the opening and closing of the meeting and also in the Chair's Office Zoom Account Name during the meeting.
AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™(1.00)
CE (APA) (1.00) | Attendance (1.00)
The webinar can be viewed at the link below:
Apr 9 Psychiatry Grand Rounds | Heckers
This talk is sponsored by the
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
This educational activity received no commercial support.
Grand Rounds Enrichment Discussion
For a deeper understanding of the topic ahead of Dr. Heckers' talk, please join Dr. Ariel Deutch on Wednesday April 7 on Zoom as he delves a little deeper into the subject matter. Background articles for discussion for this week can be found here:
- Caring for the Patient With Catatonia
by Stephan Heckers, MD; Sebastian Walther, MD
- The evolution of Kraepelin’s nosological principles
by Stephan Heckers, MD; Kenneth S. Kendler, MD
- Hyperactivity and Reduced Activation of Anterior Hippocampus in Early Psychosis
by Maureen McHugo, Ph.D., Pratik Talati, M.D., Ph.D., Kristan Armstrong, M.S.S.W., Simon N. Vandekar, Ph.D., Jennifer Urbano Blackford, Ph.D., Neil D. Woodward, Ph.D., Stephan Heckers, M.D., M.Sc.
- Relational Memory in the Early Stage of Psychosis: A 2-Year Follow-up Study
by Suzanne N. Avery, Kristan Armstrong, Maureen McHugo, Simon Vandekar, Jennifer Urbano Blackford, Neil D. Woodward, and Stephan Heckers