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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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Depression Accounted For 44% Of 2018 Pennsylvania Mental Disorder Hospital Stays

Depression Accounted For 44% Of 2018 Pennsylvania Mental Disorder Hospital Stays

In 2018, depression accounted for 44% of hospital stays for mental health issues in Pennsylvania. This was followed by schizophrenia (20.7%), bipolar issues (20.2%), suicidal issues (4.2%), trauma (3.6%), and anxiety and other miscellaneous mental disorders (7.3%). Statewide in 2018, there were 113,704 hospital stays for mental health issues, totaling…
The STARR Coalition Seeks To Destigmatize Mental Health Research Through Innovative Initiatives & Programs

The STARR Coalition Seeks To Destigmatize Mental Health Research Through Innovative Initiatives & Programs

Join Luke Kramer, Executive Director of the Starr Coalition, as he discusses stigma involved in mental health research, goals for clinical research in mental health, and various initiatives the STARR Coalition is advancing in an effort to destigmatize mental health research Featuring: Luke Kramer Executive Director, The STARR Coalition Dennis…

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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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