ECT & Dementia
"It’s effective but is it really safe?
Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) remains controversial 80 years after its first clinical use. At the heart of the controversy: its effects on cognition. Some wonder about the possibility that ECT could be linked to dementia.
Despite the strong concerns expressed over the years, relatively little research has been done on the possible connection between ECT and dementia. This week, we consider a new paper by the University of Copenhagen’s Merete Osler and her co-authors. In this Lancet Psychiatry study, they tap Danish national databases, finding no connection."
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|Nov 11||Professorial Lecture: Professor Aristotle N. Voineskos|
|Nov 23||Annual Department of Psychiatry Psychopharmacology Conference|
13 – 17
13 – 17
|Psych Refresh Course|
|Feb 20||Donald Wasylenki Education Day|