Long-Acting Injectable antipsychotic medications are a convenient treatment option for patients with schizophrenia, helping them avoid relapse and re-hospitalization. These eliminate the use of pills and can be given every one, two or three months. They are highly recommended by experts who treat schizophrenia.
ARTICLE Long-Acting Injectables: Hope in a Needle
VIDEO SERIES. Dr. Henry Nasrallah (Executive Vice-President and Scientific Director of CURESZ) and Bethany Yeiser (CURESZ President) discuss long-acting injectable medications (LAIs) in this four part series.