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DSM-5, What's New and What's Important

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Instructor: Abstract:

Elizabeth Weinberg, MDDr. Elizabeth Weinberg will both give a conceptual and historical overview of the DSM-5 system, and then will give a detailed review of DSM-5.  She will discuss each major chapter, its conceptual organization, major diagnostic categories, and important changes from DSM-IV.  There will be a brief review of the mandatory transition to ICD coding in 2014.

Format: Videocast or audio podcast

Learning Objectives

To describe a brief summary of the history of the evolution of the DSM system.
To identify most of the major chapter headings in DSM-5.
To describe the following new diagnoses: Hoarding disorder, Social (pragmatic) Communication Disorder, Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder, Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder.

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