DSM-5 Implementation and Support

The www.dsm5.org website has been reorganized to serve as a resource for clinicians, researchers, insurers, and patients.  The site includes information on implementation of the manual, answers frequently asked questions, lists DSM-5 corrections, and provides a mechanism for submitting questions and feedback regarding implementation of the manual. Researchers and clinicians can also provide us with feedback on the usefulness of the online assessment measures of cross-cutting symptoms, disorder severity, personality, and disability. We also provide links to educational webinars about the DSM-5. The site will continue to provide historical information about the development process and overall rationale for changes from DSM-IV.

Transitioning to DSM-5 and ICD-10-CM: free archived webinar and CME 


DSM-5: Educational Webinar:   DSM-5: What You Need to Know. Register now for the online version of this master course, created by the experts who developed DSM-5. Earn up to 6 AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credits for Physicians or Certificate of Attendance. Coming soon for psychologists, social workers, certified counselors, addiction counselors and registered nurses - Earn 6 CE credits!


Using DSM-5 in the Transition to ICD-10

On Oct. 1, 2015, all HIPAA-covered entities must transition from using ICD-9 codes to using ICD-10 codes.

Learn more about the transition at psychiatry.org

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