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Earn CME credits by reading an article in the American Journal of Psychiatry and completing a short course for up to 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. The course comprises reading the article and answering three multiple-choice questions with a single correct answer. Upon completion of the course, correct answers will be highlighted for the reader’s reference and the rationale in context can be viewed, thus extending the learning experience for people who want to read more. A certificate documenting participation in the course and credits claimed is generated upon completion of the course.
Starting in January 2022, the CME courses for AJPCME will be available on PsychiatryOnline. Any AJPCME courses available prior to 2022 need to be completed on the APA Learning Center.
The International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction offers broad-ranging coverage in such fields as psychology, sociology, anthropology, criminology, public health, history, law, and literature. The journal publishes feature articles, review articles, clinical notes, research notes, first-person accounts, letters to the editor, commentaries, conference reports, book reviews and abstracts.
Presents current information and developments in mental health and addiction-related research, policy, prevention, and treatment.
Helps make sense of the effects of mental health and addiction on individuals and societies.
Offers broad-ranging coverage in a wide-array of disciplines.
94% of authors who answered a survey reported that they would definitely or probably publish in the journal again.