Understanding the DSM-5 in the Era of the ICD-10-CM: What Practitioners Need to Know
Length: 3 hours
Exam Items: 5
Part of the 2015 International Classification of Diseases (ICD) Online Series.
This program was orignially webcast on June 3, 2015, and is now available on-demand.
The recent revision of the DSM (Fifth Edition), together with the federal mandates to begin using ICD-10-CM codes, has introduced confusion and uncertainty into field. This workshop provides an in-depth overview of the changes in the DSM-5 and the way in which they articulate with the ICD. This workshop is designed for the practitioner seeking a better conceptual and clinical understanding of the revisions in the DSM-5 and an introductory understanding of the ICD and how it might be used in tandem with the DSM-5.
Learning Objective 1
Identify at least 5 new disorders included in the DSM-5.
Learning Objective 2
List at least three major changes in the DSM-5 apart from the inclusion or exclusion of specific disorders.
Learning Objective 3
Describe at least 3 differences between the ICD and the DSM.
Presenter: Greg J. Neimeyer, PhD
Dr. Neimeyer is a professor in the department of psychology at the University of Florida and a fellow of APA's Division 17 (Society of Counseling Psychology). A previous chair of the executive board of the Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs in the United States, Neimeyer has also been inducted as a lifetime member into the Academy of Distinguished Teacher Scholars. At the invitation of the American Psychiatric Association, he completed their Train-the Trainers Institute in San Francisco at the official launch of the DSM-5. Dr. Neimeyer currently directs the APA Office of Continuing Education in Psychology in Washington, DC.
This video is part of ICD-10-CM Practical Concepts and Considerations in the DSM-5 - Members Price
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- ICD-10-CM Primer Book Review
- KUPFER 5 jama 2013
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- WHODAS 2.0 36-items, self-administered
- DSM-5 References