Psychiatric Annals


Psychiatric Annals

CME review articles. Peer-reviewed research. Peer-tested content.

Psychiatric Annals, a monthly medical review journal, is dedicated to providing psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, and medical professionals with an interest in psychiatry with the vital information required for optimal patient care. In an ever-changing specialty, the Journal provides practitioners with physician-reviewed single-topic articles for CME credit, peer-reviewed research and case reports, as well as peer-tested journal summaries and physician perspective. Whether in print or online, Psychiatric Annals is a trusted resource for high-impact specialty knowledge in the diagnosis and treatment of mental health disorders.

Past Issue
  • March 1995
  • Volume 25 · Issue 3

How Much Neuroleptic is Enough?

Carmen McIntyre, MD; George M Simpson, MD

Psychiatric Annals. 1995;25(3):135-139


Epidemiology of Benzodiazepine Use and Dependence

Mark S Gold, MD; Norman S Miller, MD; Karen Stennie, MD; Cristina Populla-Vardi, MD

Psychiatric Annals. 1995;25(3):146-148

Benzodiazepines: The Dissociation of Addiction From Pharmacological Dependence/Withdrawal

Norman S Miller, MD; Mark S Gold, MD; Karen Stennie, MD

Psychiatric Annals. 1995;25(3):149-152

Detoxification From Benzodiazepine Use: Strategies and Schedules for Clinical Practice

David G Benzer, DO; David E Smith, MD; Norman S Miller, MD

Psychiatric Annals. 1995;25(3):180-185

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