Clinical art of prescribing in anxiety disorders and obsessive compulsive disorders

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Professor Naomi Fineberg
Consultant Psychiatrist, Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust and Visiting Professor, University of Hertfordshire

Updated: Thursday, 5th December 2019
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The effective ‘research-enhanced’ management of anxiety disorders extends beyond an understanding of the psychopharmacological mechanisms and the clinical evidence base supporting available treatments and demands a degree of ‘clinical artistry’. The complexity and chronicity of anxiety disorders entails careful, long-term care planning. This topic focuses on the challenges facing clinicians treating patients with anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder in the clinical setting, using case studies as a touchstone for deliberation.

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Evidence-Based Medicine and Beyond

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Clinical Artistry

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Managing treatment resistance

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