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PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
Faculty Friday: Meet Dr. Rajnish Mago
July 29, 2022   

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On Faculty Friday, we spotlight NEI Faculty to learn a little more about them and showcase their contributions to NEI's psychopharmacology education.

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Meet Dr. Rajnish Mago!

Dr. Rajnish Mago is the founder and editor-in-chief of simpleandpractical.com, a website which provides clinical summaries and advanced tips to help mental health clinicians become expert psychopharmacologists. He is a clinical professor of psychiatry at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY and a clinical assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA, where he is the director of the psychopharmacology curriculum.?

Dr. Mago is equally a clinician, researcher, and educator, with each of these areas informing the others.? As a clinician, he provides specialized consultation as well as ongoing care to patients with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and ADHD.? As a researcher and academic, he has done studies on tools for identifying and assessing symptoms that may be adverse effects, on the treatment of side effects like antidepressant-induced excessive sweating, and on the use of genetic testing to predict who may be more likely to have adverse effects.? As an educator, his practical guides in psychopharmacology are helping thousands of mental health clinicians in over 70 countries.

NEI is honored to have Dr. Mago as part of the NEI faculty. Dr. Mago has been involved in numerous educational programs at over the years, speaking at the NEI Congress, NEI Synapse, and NEI Saturday Morning Live.

NEI Educational Activities Presented by Dr. Rajnish Mago

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Encore Presentation
The First Movement: Early Recognition and Diagnosis of Tardive Dyskinesia
CME/CE credit: 1.0  |  Expires: February 26, 2025

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Encore Presentation
Helping the Head Without Harming the Heart: Treating Depression in Patients with Heart Disease
CME/CE credit: 0.75  |  Expires: November 7, 2024

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Video Snippet
Clinical Use of Screening Tools
CME/CE credit: 0.50  |  Expires: March 23, 2024

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NEI Podcast
E140 - (CME) Catch Me If You Can: Early Screening and Detection for Tardive Dyskinesia
CME/CE credit: 1.0  |  Expires: March 23, 2025

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Encore Presentation
Innumerable Drug Interactions! Realistic Solutions for this Frustrating Clinical Problem
CME/CE credit: 0.75  |  Expires: November 8, 2023

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NEI Psychopharm Channel
What does tardive dyskinesia look like?
Do you know what tardive dyskinesia looks like in patients? Tardive dyskinesia is characterized by involuntary and abnormal movements of the jaw, lips, and tongue. To help you remember, join Dr. Rajnish Mago in doing these different movements associated with tardive dyskinesia.

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Encore Presentation
Food, Drink, and Meds: Important Interactions Between Food, Beverages, and Psychiatric Medications
CME/CE credit: 0.75  |  Expires: November 8, 2023