FEATURED VIDEO: The Need for a New Name for Schizophrenia

The name schizophrenia, coined a century ago, is loaded with stigma from the era of insanity and hopelessness. Today, schizophrenia is considered part of the “psychosis spectrum disorders.” Three Asian countries have already adopted a different term.

CURESZ Foundation Editorial Board:

Bethany Yeiser, BS, Editor-In-Chief
Henry A. Nasrallah, MD, Deputy Editor
Karen S. Yeiser, RN
David E. Yeiser, M. Div
Louis B. Cady, MD, FAPA
Mary Beth De Bord, JD
Stephen Rush, MD

Craig Chepke, MD, FAPA
Peirce Johnston, MD
James A. Hunt, JD
Jonathan M. Meyer, MD
Carol North, MD, MPE
Scott Bresler, PhD
Jeffrey Strawn, MD
Catherine Engle, LPCC-S

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