MDD symptoms

Access the latest research on MDD symptoms

When you need access to the latest information on major depressive disorder symptoms, or MDD symptoms, Psychiatrist.com offers a deep collection of peer-reviewed articles, case reports, research, and more.

On the pages of Psychiatrist.com, you’ll find the most up-to-date, scientifically rigorous information about the diagnosis and treatment of a broad array of mental and neurologic illnesses. Psychiatrists and mental health professionals – along with primary care physicians and other clinicians – can access a vast archive of research on MDD, including information on unipolar major depressive disorder, treating a major depressive episode, updates on major depressive disorder medications, and diagnosing MDD according to DSM-5 major depressive disorder criteria.

Register on Psychiatrist.com today to take advantage of many free benefits, including 150+ CME activities offered through CMEInstitute.com. Or subscribe to gain comprehensive access to all current and archived articles on MDD symptoms and many other mental health conditions.

Find peer-reviewed research on MDD symptoms

As a leading source of clinical information, Psychiatrist.com provides access to research from two sources. Publications from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) are intended for psychiatrists and mental health professionals, while material published in The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC) is directed at primary care physicians and others who treat patients with mental and CNS disorders. This collection of articles and research provides psychiatrists and clinicians with the latest insight into a broad array of mental and neurologic illnesses. Content related to MDD symptoms includes peer-reviewed articles and features on the latest advances in diagnosing and treating major depression, or major depressive disorder, along with psychopharmacological content on the latest medications for MDD.

Resources related to MDD symptoms on Psychiatrist.com include titles such as:

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Earn CME credit with activities on MDD symptoms

In coordination with the CME Institute of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., Psychiatrist.com offers easy and convenient opportunities to satisfy CME credits with activities around MDD symptoms and other MDD topics. By reviewing journal articles, newsletters, webcasts, supplements, and multimedia publications, you can earn CME credits at your own pace, starting activities as you have time and returning to finish them at a later date. And with MyCME, a free online tool on CMEInstitute.com, you can track your activity, keep an online record of credits earned, and print certificates and transcripts once activities have been completed.

CME activities related to MDD treatment and MDD symptoms include titles like:

FAQs on research in MDD symptoms

A free registration on Psychiatrist.com will provide you with access to certain articles and supplements from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, as well as the full text of all articles from The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders. For complete access to all material related to MDD symptoms, you’ll need a subscription to JCP.

To subscribe to JCP, simply visit the subscription page on Psychiatrist.com. JCP subscriptions are available as online-only and online/print editions.

Yes. CME activities on MDD symptoms and other topics are coordinated through the CME Institute (CMEInstitute.com) of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The number of credits per activity varies, but most CME activities offer between 0.50 and 2.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.

Subscribe to JCP for full access to all resources on Psychiatrist.com

When you subscribe to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, you’ll enjoy complete access to every article, feature, case report, Academic Highlight, commentary, meta-analysis, and brief report on MDD symptoms available on Psychiatrist.com. You also have access to online-first and online-only articles that are published each week as well as access to new issues of the journal as soon as they are published.

Your subscription also enables you to take advantage of all the free resources on the website, including CME activities, podcasts, and more.

Register for Elerts, podcasts, free articles, and more

With a free registration on Psychiatrist.com, you can benefit from many of the resources concerning MDD symptoms on the site. As a registered user, you can access any article from The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders as well as supplements and certain free articles from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. You can participate in 150+ CME activities available through CMEInstitute.com, and track your activity with a free MyCME account. Your registration also enables you to sign up for email alerts, or Elerts, that notify you of new articles, features, CME activities, and case reports concerning MDD symptoms posted on the website. And you can download podcasts that provide a summary of issues of JCP and PCC, sharing highlights of each issue in a 15- to 25-minute program.

About Psychiatrist.com

Published by Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., Psychiatrist.com is a leading source of clinical information for psychiatrists, mental health professionals, primary care physicians, and other clinicians who treat patients with mental and neurologic disorders.

Psychiatrist.com offers access to research and articles from several sources, including The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, and the CME Institute at CMEInstitute.com.

Material on Psychiatrist.com includes research on a wide array of topics, including comorbid bipolar and PTSD conditions; treatment for ADHD in women; connections between ADHD and depression; MDD diagnosis with major depressive disorder DSM-5 criteria; treating schizoid personality disorder; and many other topics related to neuropsychiatry, general psychiatry, family psychiatry, interventional psychiatry, and integrated psychiatry.

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