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Depression

Major depressive disorder affects millions of Americans, exacting high costs in human suffering and medical expenditure both. Here in this library you will find hundreds of helpful resources to help in diagnosis and treatment.

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Mixicity In Depression: What Is It? & Why Is It Important For My Practice?

Mixicity In Depression: What Is It? & Why Is It Important For My Practice?

In this presentation, the objectives are to: Review the history of mixed states in depression, focusing on conceptualization, phenomenology, and diagnostic considerations Highlight the clinical relevance of correctly identifying/defining mixed states across depression Discuss the impact of mixicity on the course of illness and treatment outcome Request this program for…
Perspectives On International Guidelines for Depression: Follow-Up Question & Answer Discussion With Dr. Sagar Parikh

Perspectives On International Guidelines for Depression: Follow-Up Question & Answer Discussion With Dr. Sagar Parikh

In April, PsychU brought you our first global panel event focusing on perspectives surrounding international depression guidelines.  As a follow-up to this dialogue, Dr. Sagar Parikh shares insights on the Canadian Network for Mood and Anxiety Treatments (CANMAT) guideline as well as his thoughts on cost considerations, prioritizing the patients,…

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Section Advisors

  • Charles Raison, MD

    Major Depressive Disorder Section Advisor

  • Gaurava Agarwal, MD

    Major Depressive Disorder Section Advisor

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Request a free educational program for your organization or region today! These customizable PsychU presentations are available both online and in-person, and cover a range of topics including: schizophrenia, major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, care coordination, quality standards, and more.

Top Requested Presentations

The Neuropsychiatric Inventory: Development & Applications

Diagnostic & Statistical Manual Of Mental Disorders–Fifth Edition (DSM-5): Key Updates VS DSM-IV-TR

Distinguishing Sedation From Efficacy In Antipsychotic Treatment

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