Major depressive disorder symptoms

Your source for peer-reviewed articles on major depressive disorder symptoms

When you want the very latest research into major depressive disorder symptoms, is your go-to source for peer-reviewed articles, case reports, studies, and analysis. offers access to the most up-to-date and scientifically rigorous research concerning the diagnosis and treatment of a broad array of mental and CNS disorders. Psychiatrists, mental health professionals, primary care physicians, and other clinicians will find a rich collection of research on major depressive disorder (MDD), including research on MDD symptoms, recurrent major depressive disordermajor depressive disorder treatment, and criteria for major depressive disorder in DSM-5. also offers opportunities to earn CME credit with activities that center on major depression (or major depressive disorder), recurrent major depression, and major depressive disorder symptoms.

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Earn CME activities on MDD symptoms at your own pace

In coordination with the CME Institute of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., offers a convenient way to satisfy CME requirements with activities around major depressive disorder symptoms. The website offers more than 80 CME activities, including journal articles, newsletters, supplements, webcasts, and multimedia publications. With, you can earn AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM at your own pace, keeping a record of your progress and documenting credits earned with a free MyCME account.

CME activities related to major depressive disorder symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment include titles such as:

  • Current and Emerging Treatments to Address Unmet Needs in MDD. Michael E. Thase
    Most people who experience a depressive episode are greatly impaired by it. No one-size-fits-all therapy is available, and most patients require multiple treatment steps. Check out this CME activity to learn about current and emerging strategies for managing MDD..
  • Predicting Remission in Late-Life Major Depression: A Clinical Algorithm Based Upon Past Treatment History. Erica L. F. Buchalter, Hanadi Ajam Oughli, Eric J. Lenze, David Dixon, J. Philip Millera, Daniel M. Blumberger, Jordan F. Karp, Charles F. Reynolds III, and Benoit H. Mulsant
    Rates of treatment resistance in randomized controlled trials in patients with late-life depression are as high as 77% using SSRIs, yet SSRIs are often used as first-line treatment. This CME article helps to optimize the selection of the next step in treating late-life depression..

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Access evidence-based research on major depressive disorder symptoms provides clinicians with access to research from two sources. Articles from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) are intended for psychiatrists and mental health professionals, while research from The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC) is geared toward primary care physicians and other clinicians who treat patients with mental health and CNS disorders.

Together, the content on allows healthcare professionals to stay on top of the latest advances in diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of behavioral health and neuropsychiatric disorders.

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FAQs on research into major depressive disorder symptoms

Yes. offers 80+ CME activities that provide AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Activities are provided by the CME Institute ( and accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).

MyCME is a free online tool provided by the CME Institute and that keeps an online record of your CME activities on the website. MyCME will track all of your activities, including any that you want to exit and return to later. Through MyCME, you may also print transcripts and certificates of credits earned as soon as you have passed a posttest and completed an evaluation for a CME activity.

You may view certain resources – including free JCP articles and supplements and all PCC articles and supplements – by simply registering as a user on for free. To access all the resources and benefits the website offers, you’ll need to subscribe to JCP.

Yes. You may purchase either an online-only subscription or a print/online subscription to the journal.

How to access research on major depressive disorder symptoms offers two ways to access information on major depressive disorder symptoms.

A free registration on provides you with access to many articles, research, and benefits on the website. You can view supplements and certain free articles from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, as well as all articles and supplements from The Primary Care Companion. As a registered user, you can also participate in CME activities on and track your credits with a free MyCME account. And you can sign up for email alerts, or Elerts, that bring notice of new articles and CME activities right to your inbox each day.

When you want full access to all resources related to major depressive disorder symptoms, simply choose a subscription to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. As a subscriber, you can search the archives and view any article or feature published in the journal from 1997 to the present. You can view online-first and online-only articles that are published weekly, and you’ll have immediate access to new issues of the journal as soon as they are available.

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To stay completely current on research into major depressive disorder symptoms, subscribe to podcasts from Each 15- to 25-minute episode provides an audio summary of the articles in an issue of JCP or PCC. You’ll get an overview of the subjects covered in each issue and highlights of findings presented. podcasts are the perfect way to stay up-to-date on specific areas of study and to flag articles and research you want to follow up with.

About is a publication of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc. The website contains articles and research gathered from three sources: The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, and the CME Institute at

Material on is intended for several audiences. Psychiatrists and mental health professionals will find the latest peer-reviewed, evidence-based articles and research on a broad range of behavioral health and neuropsychiatric topics. Primary care physicians and other clinicians who treat patients with mental and CNS disorders can advance their clinical expertise in topics related to mental health disorders and CNS disorders.

Articles and research on cover a wide range of subjects, including the latest research on major depressive disorder medications and treatment; DSM-5 major depressive disorder criteria; research on diagnosis of mania; symptoms of psychotic schizophrenia; diagnosis of different types of ADHD; research into ADHD and anxiety; and many other topics in geriatric psychiatry, interventional psychiatryintegrated psychiatry, family psychiatry, and biological psychiatry.

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