Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences  

Thursday March 21 2019, 10:45 - 12:15
Thursday March 21 2019
Dr. Mark Berber
Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences
Mental Health (Psychiatry, includes addictions behaviour, addictions substance)
Hyperprolactinemia - From Basic Science to Clinical Care: The Impact of AntipsychoticsLearning Objectives1.To review processes controlling prolactin secretion in normal individuals;2.The multiple causes of hyperprolactinemia;3.The impact of antipsychotics on prolactin levels;4.The short and long-term effects of hyperprolactinemia; and 5.Guidelines for the assessment and management of hyperprolactinemia in psychiatric patients.
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