Cyclothymia: Through the Patient's Eyes
(5.1 Contact Hours)

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Course Objectives

Cyclothymia Continuing Education for Nurses

After completing this couse participants should be able to:


Cyclothymic Disorder is a chronic mood disorder consisting of severe and persistent mood swings. Although it is estimated that as much as one percent of the population may suffer from cyclothymia, this disease has been given little attention through medical research. Many patients feel that even the professionals who treat them know little about their illness. This course is designed to help medical professionals gain a better understanding of this complex disorder. In addition to the medical research, eleven cyclothymic individuals contributed information about their symptoms and experiences to this course in order to help you comprehend their illness from their perspective.

Author's Note: Within this course the names of all participating patients have been changed to maintain their confidentiality.

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