Since we have a massive number of articles, we have put a lot of thought and effort into our MENUS so that Members can quickly find the information that they are looking for.
At the top of every page on the website, you will find two broad categories:
1. MAIN MENUS. These are ALL the links to our articles
2. RESOURCES. These are other tools for clinicians.
At the top of ANY page on our website, hover on “MAIN MENUS”. Click on the Menu you want, based on the broad topic. Then, click on the topic you want within that Menu. Lastly, click on that topic to see all our articles on that topic.
For example, if looking for our articles on Tardive dyskinesia, you would click the “Side Effects” MAIN MENU. Then, you would go to “Tardive dyskinesia”. Lastly, you would click on “Tardive dyskinesia” to see all articles on that topic.
If, instead, you click on “MAIN MENUS”, you will go to a page that provides the same links but adds one step.
By either of the two ways, you will get to the MAIN MENUS below.
Treatments (medications, psychotherapy, neurostimulation, etc.): https://simpleandpractical.com/treatments
Disorders/ Conditions (mental disorders and other “conditions” like pregnancy, suicidality, etc): https://simpleandpractical.com/disorders
Side effects: https://simpleandpractical.com/side-effects
Laboratory testing: https://simpleandpractical.com/labs
Drug interactions: https://simpleandpractical.com/drug-interactions
Practice management: https://simpleandpractical.com/practice-management
Risk management: https://simpleandpractical.com/risk-management
Video/ audio: https://simpleandpractical.com/interviews
For trainees: https://simpleandpractical.com/trainees
Other topics: https://simpleandpractical.com/other
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