Contemporary Perspectives in Schizophrenia Care

This documentary film series explores the latest approaches to preventing relapse in schizophrenia.

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SCZ Now is an educational initiative that examines how patient-centric care models are improving long-term outcomes in schizophrenia. It features contemporary perspectives from experts, patients, and caregivers at the forefront of this emerging standard of care.

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Single orange sphere rotates in vast open space with small white spheres surrounding visualizing the human impact of relapsing in schizophrenia
Single orange sphere rotates in vast open space with small white spheres surrounding visualizing the human impact of relapsing in schizophrenia
Human Impact of Relapse 4 min

Quantifying the Human Impact of Schizophrenia Relapse

This interactive tool explores the widespread effects of relapse and ways to remediate them.

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Patient-centric Care 4 min

A New Standard Emerges

Recent landmark studies support the wide adoption of coordinated specialty care.

Cross sections of the brain highlight showing the different regions associated with social cognition
Cross sections of the brain highlight showing the different regions associated with social cognition
Early, Comprehensive intervention 4 min

A Growing Emphasis
on Social Cognition

Dr. Michael Green explores the connection between social cognition and functional outcomes.

Light reflecting on a silver spoon symbolizing the relation of the amount of brain volume loss with schizophrenia relapse
Light reflecting on a silver spoon symbolizing the relation of the amount of brain volume loss with schizophrenia relapse
Early, Comprehensive intervention 5 min

What Does a Spoon
Have to Do With
Schizophrenia?

Renowned psychiatrist Dr. René Kahn explains the neuroanatomical consequences of first-episode psychosis, and a family who has faced schizophrenia shares their experience.

Dr. Kane and Dr. Moller speaking.
Human Impact of Relapse 3 min

The Role of Family
Involvement in
Schizophrenia Recovery

Dr. John Kane and Dr. Mary Moller discuss the impact of family involvement in schizophrenia recovery.

. . . L O A D I N G . . .

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REVEAL

PREVENTING RELAPSE

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A woman wearing a patient gown seen free falling against black background.
Early, Comprehensive intervention 7 min

Decline Is Not Inevitable
in Schizophrenia

3 leading psychiatrists discuss how a coordinated specialty care paradigm can help improve long-term outcomes.

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Schizophrenia Emerging
Research Collection

Explore the literature and support for early intervention and emerging patient-centric care models in schizophrenia.

Dr. Hurford Speaking
Human Impact of Relapse 2 min

When Reality
Starts to Slip

Dr. Irene Hurford dives deeper into the struggle of insight and reality for patients experiencing psychosis.

Dr. Kane, Dr. Hurford, Dr. Moller speaking.
Human Impact of Relapse 2 min

Recovery in
Schizophrenia Is
Personal

3 leading experts discuss how schizophrenia recovery is unique to each individual, and different methods to help achieve patient goals.

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Patient-centric Care 2 min

Practical Implementation
of CSC Programs

The clinical evidence for coordinated specialty care (CSC) in schizophrenia is extensive, but how can we bridge the gap between research findings and practical implementation?

Dr. Moller and Dr. Hurford speaking.
Human Impact of Relapse 2 min

How Is Schizophrenia
Relapse Defined?

Dr. Mary Moller and Dr. Irene Hurford discuss a proactive approach to identifying and treating schizophrenia relapse.

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