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Educational Activities

Advanced Topics in Major Depressive Disorder: Practical Strategies to Improve Remission

Rakesh Jain, MD

Published: January 9, 2018

Article Abstract

Most patients with major depressive disorder will not achieve remission with initial treatment. Strategies to increase the likelihood of achieving remission include regularly measuring response, assessing adverse effects and adherence, addressing non-mood symptoms, and knowing when to switch or augment antidepressants. In this CME Health Spectrum activity, follow 2 patient cases that illustrate these topics.

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Volume: 79

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