Major depression disorder

Your authoritative source for research on major depressive disorder

For the most scientifically rigorous and up-to-date research on major depressive disorder (major depressive disorder, or MDD), consult the rich collection of information on Psychiatrist.com.

As a leading online source of clinical psychiatry information, Psychiatrist.com provides access to evidence-based, peer-reviewed articles, Academic Highlights, case reports, commentaries, Brief Reports, systematic reviews, meta-analyses, and more. You’ll find information on all aspects of major depression, including the latest research on major depressive disorder symptoms, advances in major depressive disorder treatment, and reports on major depression disorder medications.

In addition to the latest research, Psychiatrist.com offers a wealth of opportunities to earn CME credit on topics around major depression disorder and diagnosis based on major depressive disorder DSM-5 criteria. CME activities provided by the CME Institute (CME Institute.com) of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., provide an easy way to satisfy CME requirements at your own pace.

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When you register on Psychiatrist.com, you’ll have access to more than 150 CME activities, including many activities around major depression disorder and MDD diagnosis. Most activities are offered at no charge and provide a convenient way to earn AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.

Your registration on Psychiatrist.com also establishes a MyCME account, a free online tool that maintains a record of your activity and lets you return to finish partially completed activities at a later time. MyCME keeps a record of your credits earned and lets you print a transcript or certificate as soon as you have passed the posttest and completed an evaluation for a particular activity.

CME activities related to major depression disorder on Psychiatrist.com includes titles such as:

  • Past Psychiatric Conditions as Risk Factors for Postpartum Depression: A Nationwide Cohort Study. Sara L. Johansen, Ben A. Stenhaug, Thalia K. Robakis, Katherine E. Williams, and Mark R. Cullen
    What characteristics affect patients’ risk for postpartum depression? In what time frame is the risk greatest? Dr. Johansen and colleagues analyzed a large US cohort to answer these questions. Find their results in this CME journal article..
  • Psychotropic Medication Monitoring: A Review. Matthew A. Schreiber, Stephanie C. Armstrong, and Jesse D. Markman
    Psychotropic medications provide therapeutic benefits but also carry iatrogenic risks. Medication monitoring helps minimize this risk. This CME journal article offers clinicians a review of guidelines and presents monitoring recommendations with a convenient 1-page quick guide..

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Psychiatrist.com provides a rich collection of scientifically rigorous articles on many areas of psychiatric research, including major depression disorder and other topics. Through a wide variety of peer-reviewed articles, you can easily stay current with the latest information on the management of many behavioral health and neuropsychiatric disorders.

Content on Psychiatrist.com includes articles and research published in two journals. The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) is a leading clinical resource for psychiatrists and mental health professionals, while The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC) is dedicated to providing information of direct clinical utility to primary care physicians and other medical practitioners who treat patients with mental and neurologic illnesses.

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You’ll find a wide range of material concerning major depression disorder on Psychiatrist.com, including original research, articles, case reports, meta-analyses, Brief Reports, commentaries, systematic reviews, blog posts, and more. In addition to content on major depression disorder, Psychiatrist.com provides research on a broad variety of mental health topics.

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A digital publication of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc. (PPP), Psychiatrist.com publishes articles, research, and educational materials from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, and the CME Institute at CMEInstitute.com, which are all properties of PPP.

Material in Psychiatrist.com is intended to offer learning opportunities and resources for psychiatrists, mental health professionals, primary care physicians, and other clinicians who treat patients with mental and CNS disorders. The rich collection of articles available on Psychiatrist.com covers subjects that include advances in major depression diagnosis, research into bipolar disorder symptoms, treatment for ADHD symptoms in toddlers and ADHD treatment in men and women, symptoms of mild cognitive impairment, diagnosis of undifferentiated schizophrenia, the latest research in psychiatry drugs, and many other areas of cognition research and general psychiatry.

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