Journal Club in Advanced Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology

Overview

The seminar will utilize problem-based teaching methods and critical reviews of the medical literature as a basis for rational pharmacotherapy in children and adolescents. A major focus of the seminar will be the development of a clinical decision-making process given the limited scientific evidence supporting pharmacological practice in the field. Graded S/U. This course is taught in conjunction with the Clinical Practicum in Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology (Psychiatry 469). Offered continuously throughout the year, Wednesdays, 300 Medical Plaza. Prerequisite: consent of instructor or second year child fellow.

Director/Instructor(s): 
James McGough, M.D.
Director/Instructor(s): 
Jennifer Levitt, M.D.
Application
Pre-requisites: 

Consent of instructor or second year child fellow

Dates and Availability
Duration: 
Continuously throughout the year
Planned Days: 
Wednesday
Planned Terms: 
Year Round
Venue
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Course Code: 
*261
Units available: 
1 unit
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