The Child Psychopharmacology Institute's primary mission is to provide: scientific, professional and public education, scientific collaboration and peer review.
The Institute's faculty executes its mission by identifying significant issues related to psychopharmacological treatments in children, teaching and by promoting scientific methods of measuring treatment response.
Invited research participants may submit biopsychosocial histories and on-line observations from the tab above. Others may print SOS observation and item definitions that are free for personal and non-commercial use from DCC Publishing.
The Children’s Medication Toolbox: Managing, Monitoring and Improving Your Child's Response to Medication
Book and Software Now Available from DCC Publishing
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