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NEI Podcast takes real-world questions and provides high-quality answers that can immediately help clinicians better treat and manage their patients. Each episode offers listeners the opportunity to be part of a novel conversation with medical leaders around crucial mental health issues. 

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Jan 15, 2020

In this episode, we dive into a topic that is not talked about enough, yet many clinicians experience assault by patients. Here, we address how to identify risks, how to decrease escalation from agitation to aggression, and how to cope after a violent event has occurred with a patient.
Dr. Rona Hu is the Associate Dean...


Jan 1, 2020

In Part II of this episode, we continue to take a look back at 2019 with Dr. Andrew Cutler, as we reflect on the most FDA approvals, exciting research findings and all the important updates in psychopharmacology that could impact your practice. 

Dr. Andrew Cutler is Chief Medical Officer (CMO) at the Neuroscience...


Dec 18, 2019

In this episode, we take a look back at 2019 with Dr. Andrew Cutler, as we reflect on the most FDA approvals, exciting research findings and all the important updates in psychopharmacology that could impact your practice. 

Dr. Andrew Cutler is Chief Medical Officer (CMO) at the Neuroscience Education Institute (NEI). He...


Dec 4, 2019

Join Dr. Andy Cutler through this lightning-speed review of how to manage antipsychotic medications and treat psychosis. Tune in for the latest information from this year's Congress! 


Nov 20, 2019

In this episode, we interview Dr. Donna Wilcock, about her cutting-edge research on the role of inflammation, vascular impairment, and cerebrovascular disease on Alzheimer's disease!


Dr. Donna Wilcock is a Professor of Physiology at the University of Kentucky and the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging.