Latest antipsychotic News

Cognitive Impairment Varies Significantly Among Individuals with Newly Diagnosed Psychosis
Exploring the gut-brain connection in treatment-resistant schizophrenia
One in 10 patients taking anti-psychotic medications develop heart rhythm disorders
Clozapine blood tests can be reduced after two years
Bipolar disorder isn’t the same for everyone. So people should have more say in how they’re treated
Dispensing of psychotropic medications to Australian children and adolescents doubled in less than a decade
Bad batches of bipolar and epilepsy drug are being distributed in Australia
Treatment resistance in mental health under microscope
Could ‘virtual nurses’ be answer to aged care staffing woes?
New study provides greater insight into Australians living with younger onset dementia
South Australian Psychiatrists are Asking if Restraint Should be Used to Give Forced Electroshock
Pictures speak louder than words: pioneering psychosis therapy trial launches
How our brain’s sensorimotor processing areas could flag psychosis risk
Ticking time-bomb of diabetes
New research aims to make prescribing of medication safer for people in prison
Over-use of Antipsychotics Without Consent in Long Term Aged Care
A new window into psychosis
Spotlight on drug use in aged care
Prescribers be aware of fatal risks of methadone and clozapine
Exploring how older Australians in aged care use health services
Changing antipsychotics – how to choose best treatment
Doctors and aged care staff must stop improper use of antipsychotic and psychotropic drugs
From cause to cure? Social media for wellbeing
Psychotropic medicines and hip fractures
Mentally ill at risk of dangerous pregnancy complication
Voices of experience reinforce need for dementia training
New guidelines outline methods to manage tic disorders
Nursing homes ‘fall short’ in dementia drug regime