Metabolic Syndrome Across Psychiatric Disorders: August 2020
AKH Inc., Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare and Psychiatric Annals
Table of Contents
Metabolic Syndrome in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Hyun Jung Kim, MD; Cynthia Wilson, MD; Timothy Van Deusen, MD; Hun Millard, MD; Zheala Qayyum, MD, MMSc; and Susan Parke, MD
Metabolic Syndrome in Bipolar Disorder: Review and Management
Alana S. Regan, PharmD, BCPP; and Stephanie C. Valcourt, MD
Management of Metabolic Syndrome in Schizophrenia
Pragyan Sharma, MBBS; and Hannah E. Brown, MD
The Challenges of Metabolic Syndrome in Eating Disorders
James I. Hudson, MD, ScD; Kristin N. Javaras, DPhil, PhD; and Harrison G. Pope, Jr., MD, MPH
Sponsorship Statement: This CME activity is jointly sponsored by AKH Inc., Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare and Psychiatric Annals.
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- Describe the clinical implications of metabolic syndrome in child and adolescent psychiatry.
- Describe metabolic syndrome in bipolar disorder, appraise medication and disease-related factors, and formulate a management strategy.
- Describe metabolic syndrome and identify contributing factors for developing metabolic syndrome among people with schizophrenia.
- Describe the effect of eating disorders on metabolic syndrome.
Author names and affiliations: See authors above
Guest Editors: Virginie-Anne Chouinard, MD; and Dost Öngür, MD, PhD
Reviewer names: Andrew A. Nierenberg, MD, Editor, and Lenard A. Adler, MD, CME Coordinator, Psychiatric Annals
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Faculty members report the following financial relationships: Andrew A. Nierenberg, MD, has disclosed the following relevant financial relationships: Appliance Computing Inc. (Mindsite); Astra Zeneca; Brain Cells, Inc.; Brandeis University; Bristol Myers Squibb; Clintara, Dianippon Sumitomo/Sepracor; Eli Lilly and Company; EpiQ, Forest; Johnson and Johnson; Labopharm; Merck; Methylation Science; Novartis; PamLabs; PGx Health; Shire; Schering-Plough; Sunovion; Takeda/Lundbeck Pharmaceuticals; Targacept; Teva: Consultant. APSARD; Belvoir Publishing; Boston Center for the Arts; University of Texas Southwestern Dallas; Hillside Hospital; American Drug Utilization Review; American Society for Clinical Psychopharmacology; Bayamon Region Psychiatric Society; Baystate Medical Center; Canadian Psychiatric Association; Columbia University; Douglas Hospital/McGill University; IMEDEX; International Society for Bipolar Disorders; Israel Society for Biological Psychiatry; John Hopkins University; MJ Consulting; Massachusetts Association of College Counselors; Medscape; MBL Publishing; Physicians Postgraduate Press; Ryan Licht Sang Foundation; Slack Publishing; SUNY Buffalo; University of Florida; University of Miami; University of Wisconsin; University of Pisa; SciMed: Honoraria / travel expenses. Appliance Computing, Inc.; Brain Cells, Inc.: Stock options. AHRQ; Cephalon; Forest; Mylan; NIMH; PamLabs; Pfizer Pharmaceuticals; Takeda; Elan; Shire: Grant / research support.
Lenard A. Adler has disclosed the following relevant financial relationships: research grants paid to New York University (NYU) on Dr. Adler’s behalf from Sunovion Pharmaceuticals, Shire Pharmaceuticals, Lundbeck, Enzymotec, Purdue Pharma; personal fees for consulting or advisory boards from Sunovion Pharmaceuticals, Enzymotec, Shire Pharmaceuticals, the National Football League, Major League Baseball, Shire Pharmaceuticals, Otsuka Pharmaceuticals, Alcobra Pharmaceuticals; and royalty fees from NYU School of Medicine for license of Adult ADHD rating scales and training materials.
Authors report the following financial relationships: Hyun Jung Kim has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. Cynthia Wilson has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. Timothy Van Deusen has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. Hun Millard has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. Zheala Qayyum has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. Susan Parke has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. Alana S. Regan has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. Stephanie C. Valcourt has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. Pragyan Sharma has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. Hannah E. Brown has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. James I. Hudson is a consultant for Idorsia, Shire, and Sunovion, and he is a contracted researcher for Sunovion. Kristin N. Javaras has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. Harrison G. Pope, Jr. has no relevant financial relationships to disclose..
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Release date: August 1, 2020. Expiration Date: September 1, 2023.
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