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Faculty Friday: Meet Dr. Thomas Schwartz
August 5, 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. Thomas Schwartz!

Dr. Thomas L. Schwartz is a professor in and chair of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Alan and Marlene Norton College of Medicine at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York. Dr. Schwartz is active on many teaching, administrative and curriculum committees at SUNY, he also provides direct resident supervision, and lectures in several courses, and directs and organizes continuing medical education events for the psychiatry department.

As a long-time NEI Faculty member, Dr. Schwartz has presented at the NEI Congress, NEI Synapse, and is a frequent guest on the NEI Podcast. He will be joining us again this November in Colorado Springs, CO for the 2022 NEI Congress, where he will be presenting a lecture on utilizing adjunctive medications in the treatment of major depressive disorder and a lecture on screening, diagnosis, and management of narcolepsy and idiopathic hypersomnia. We hope to see you all there!

NEI Educational Activities Presented by Dr. Thomas Schwartz

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Encore Presentation
Too Much or Too Little: Sleep Issues and How to Treat Them
CME/CE credit: 0.75  |  Expires: April 24, 2025

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Video Snippet
Insomnia Treatment Options
CME/CE credit: 0.25  |  Expires: October 26, 2024

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Encore Presentation
Impact, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Personality Disorders
CME/CE credit: 0.75  |  Expires: November 10, 2022

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Encore Presentation
Combining Psychotherapy and Psychopharmacology: Rationale, Application, and Outcomes
CME/CE credit: 1.0  |  Expires: November 8, 2023

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NEI Psychopharm Channel
Different Symptom Phenotypes of Borderline Personality Disorder
Dr. Thomas Schwartz examines the different symptom phenotypes of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). The DSM-5-TR recognizes nine diagnostic criteria for BPD, which can be grouped into four symptom phenotypes.

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Case Study
26-Year-Old Man Develops Antidepressant-Induced Activation
CME/CE credit: 0.50  |  Expires: June 9, 2023

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Upcoming CME/CE Meeting
2022 NEI Congress
November 2-6   |   Colorado Springs, CO & Online