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Areas of Interest

Treatment Resistant Depression – Major Depressive Disorder with inadequate response to 2 or more antidepressants

  • Definition, patient identification, patient characteristics
  • Evidence based-treatment paradigms
  • Mechanistic rationale to treatment approaches
  • Current and future disease management trends
  • Innovation and technology for disease management
  • Disease burden and overcoming treatment access challenges
  • Impact in underserved communities and populations
  • Allied health professional’s role in the disease management
Multiple Sclerosis

Areas of Interest

  • Disease state education
    • Patient and caregiver education on disease and disease management
    • Brain volume loss
    • Racial healthcare disparities in patients with MS
  • Updates on current therapeutic options and treatment paradigms
    • S1Ps (early use, rapid reversibility, discontinuations, MOA, drug interactions, vaccination)
    • DMTs (switching, subgroup responsiveness, use in pregnancy, vaccination)
  • Allied Health Profession's role in management of patients with MS
  • COVID-19

Areas of Interest

  • Antipsychotic long acting injectables (LAI) transition of care models (inpatient to outpatient)
  • First-Episode Psychosis – Model of Care for introducing atypical antipsychotic LAIs early in treatment, including patient engagement strategies addressing acceptance and satisfaction
  • Outcomes measures - Earlier use of atypical antipsychotic LAIs in early use psychosis clinics (clinical and psychosocial outcomes)
  • Patterns of atypical antipsychotic LAI utilization in underserved communities and populations
  • Effects and dynamics of the treatment coalition in adopting atypical antipsychotic LAI utilization earlier in schizophrenia treatment journey
  • Competency models assessing injection techniques in the administration of atypical antipsychotic LAIs
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