Recurrent major depression

Find the latest research on recurrent major depression

For the most up-to-date and scientifically rigorous articles about recurrent major depression (or recurrent major depressive disorder), turn to the authoritative research available on Psychiatrist.com.

Psychiatrist.com is a premier source of clinical information in the field of psychiatry and mental health. Within our rich collection of published articles, you’ll find the latest peer-reviewed, evidence-based research on recurrent major depression, as well as case reports, meta-analyses, Academic Highlights, commentaries, brief reports, and other content on a wide array of subjects.

Search for and view research on many aspects of major depressive disorder (MDD), including treating major depressive episodes, symptoms of moderate major depressive disorder, and diagnosing major depression based on criteria for major depressive disorder in DSM-5.

You’ll also find opportunities to earn CME credits on Psychiatrist.com through activities provided by the CME Institute (CME Institute.com) of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc.

Register today to access free articles and research and to receive daily email alerts about recurrent major depression resources published on the website. Or subscribe for comprehensive access to all articles on MDD and other topics available on Psychiatrist.com.

Earn CME credit with activities on recurrent major depression

Psychiatrist.com provides an easy way to earn AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM at your own pace and on a busy schedule. CME activities on Psychiatrist.com are coordinated by the CME Institute, which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Whether you’re seeking CME credit for activities related to recurrent major depression or many other areas of psychiatry and mental health, you may choose from 150+ activities that include journal articles, supplements, webcasts, and publications designed to help improve care for patients with mental and neurologic illnesses. When you register on Psychiatrist.com, you’ll automatically create a MyCME account that will keep a record of your CME activity and credits earned, and allow you to start an activity and finish it at a more convenient time.

CME activities surrounding recurrent major depression include material such as:

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Up-to-date research on treatment for recurrent major depression

Psychiatrist.com is the premier source for up-to-date and scientifically rigorous information on recurrent major depression and many other aspects of MDD. Articles on the website explore the latest advances in diagnostics and treatment of MDD and a wide range of other conditions.

Content on Psychiatrist.com is drawn from two sources. The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) is a leading resource for psychiatrists and mental health professionals, providing access to peer-reviewed research on a broad array of topics. The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC) is geared to primary care physicians and other clinicians who treat patients with behavioral health and neuropsychiatric disorders.

Resources related to recurrent major depression include titles such as:

FAQs on recurrent major depression research

Many of the articles and resources available on Psychiatrist.com are available to anyone who registers for free on the website. For complete access to all articles and research, a subscription to JCP is required.

You may subscribe to the print and online editions of JCP or to the online-only edition. Visit the JCP subscription page to learn more.

To earn CME credits on Psychiatrist.com, simply register as a user on the website. You may then search for and participate in CME activities to earn AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.

A MyCME account is automatically created for you when you register as a user on Psychiatrist.com or CMEInstitute.com.

Subscribe to JCP for full access to articles on recurrent major depression

To gain access to the rich collection of articles and research available on Psychiatrist.com, you need only subscribe to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. As a subscriber, you will be able to view new issues of the journal online as soon as they’re released, and you’ll have access to online-only and online-first articles published in JCP weekly. Additionally, you may search for and view the full text of any article published in JCP from 1997 to the present.

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If you’re not yet ready to subscribe to JCP, you may nevertheless access many articles and resources on Psychiatrist.com by registering as a user on the website. Registered users have complete access to all articles and supplements published in The Primary Care Companion and to JCP supplements and free JCP articles as well. Registration also enables you to subscribe to podcasts that offer highlights of each issue of JCP and PCC and to sign up for Elerts (email alerts) that provide a daily update in your inbox of new articles, reports, and CME activities published on Psychiatrist.com.

About Psychiatrist.com

Owned and operated by Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., Psychiatrist.com publishes articles from multiple sources, including The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, and the CME Institute at CMEInstitute.com.

Psychiatrist.com is dedicated to providing learning opportunities for psychiatrists, mental health professionals, primary care physicians, and others who treat patients with mental illness and CNS disorders. Topics of research in Psychiatrist.com include psychiatric diagnoses and treatment of patients with major depressive disorder symptoms; diagnosis of moderate major depressive disorder; comorbid bipolar and PTSD; ADHD symptoms and treatment for ADHD in adults and children; the latest schizophrenia research; and many other areas of general psychiatry.

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