Author: Shadi Doroudgar, Pharm.D., APh, BCPS, BCGP, BCPP
Assistant Professor, Touro University

ACPE Pharmacist accredited hours: 0.25
The ACPE Universal Activity Number: 0217-9999-18-146-H04-P

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* 1. Disadvantaged populations experience the same rate of mental illness as middleclass populations.

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* 2. Which group is most likely to receive needed care for mental illness?

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* 3. Which of the following factors are associated with non-compliance in disadvantaged psychiatric patients?

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* 4. Which of the following is FALSE?

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* 5. Prison inmates have increased rates of psychiatric disorders compared to the general population.

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* 6. Investigators have found that the use of long acting injectable (LAI) antipsychotics result in better adherence, lower rates of discontinuation, relapse, and hospitalizations. Which of the following antipsychotic medications is available in a LAI formulation?

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* 7. Offering patients printed health information including brochures, pamphlets, and journal articles regarding their psychiatric condition and treatment option is helpful in addressing low health literacy.