Recurrent major depressive disorder

Find the latest research on recurrent major depressive disorder is a leading source of research on recurrent major depressive disorder, providing clinicians with access to peer-reviewed articles and evidence-based reports. Offering information on a wide range of topics in psychiatry and mental health, serves as a deep compendium of knowledge for psychiatrists and mental health professionals as well as primary care physicians and others who treat patients with mental illness.

On the pages of, you’ll find a broad assortment of resources related to recurrent major depressive disorder (recurrent MDD), including the latest advances in MDD diagnosis and treatment for recurrent major depressionunipolar major depressive disordermajor depressive episodes, and many other topics. also provides a convenient way to earn CME credit with activities related to recurrent major depressive disorder and other areas of mental health.

To take advantage of the wealth of resources available on, register for free on the website to access many articles and CME activities. Or subscribe to enjoy comprehensive access to all current and archived articles related to recurrent major depressive disorder and other aspects of MDD.

Your go-to source for recurrent MDD research offers a rich collection of articles and research on major depression diagnosis (or major depressive disorder diagnosis) based on DSM5 major depressive disorder criteria. Material on the website is drawn from two sources. The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) is a peer-reviewed publication that is among the top 10 most-cited psychiatry journals in the field. The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC) is dedicated to advancing the clinical expertise of primary care physicians and other professionals who treat patients with mental and neurologic illnesses. Together, these journals offer the most up-to-date, scientifically rigorous information about recurrent major depressive disorder and many other neuropsychiatric disorders. content on recurrent major depressive disorder includes titles such as:

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Earn CME credit with activities on recurrent major depressive disorder makes it easy to earn CME credits with activities around recurrent major depressive disorder and other psychiatric conditions. CME activities are provided by the CME Institute ( and include articles, webcasts, supplements, and other publications on many aspects of mental health. also provides an easy way to track your CME activity and to document your AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM earned. When you register on or CME, you will automatically create a MyCME account. MyCME keeps a record of your CME activity on and makes it easy to print transcripts and certificates as soon as you have completed an activity.

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You’ll find a rich collection of materials on recurrent MDD on, including articles, features, original research, meta-analyses, Academic Highlights, commentaries, case reports, brief reports, and more.

With a free registration on, you may view a great deal of material related to recurrent major depressive disorder and participate in CME activities. For complete access to all materials on the website, you will need a subscription to JCP. offers more than 150 CME activities, coordinated by the CME Institute ( As a registered user, you may participate in any CME activities and keep an online record of your progress and credits earned with a free MyCME account.

Yes. CME activities on are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).

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There are several ways to take advantage of the resources available on

When you register for free on the website, you’ll have access to the full text of all articles from The Primary Care Companion as well as certain supplements and free articles from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. Additionally, you can participate in CME activities provided by the CME Institute (, tracking your credits earned with a free MyCME account on the website. As a registered user, you can also subscribe to podcasts that cover the highlights of each issue of JCP and PCC.

A paid subscription to JCP entitles you to complete access to all articles, research, case studies, and reports on recurrent major depressive disorder. As a subscriber, you’ll also have access to online-first and online-only articles that are published weekly, and to new issues of the journal the day they are released.

Elerts provide updates on the latest recurrent major depressive disorder research

Sign up for Elerts, or email alerts, on to receive daily notification of new articles concerning recurrent major depressive disorder and many other psychiatric topics. Elerts include notice of new articles, features, and case reports, along with the table of contents for each upcoming issue of JCP and PCC. With Elerts from, it’s easy to stay up-to-date on the latest research on many different topics.

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

The mission of is to provide the latest peer-reviewed, evidence-based information about the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of mental and neurologic illnesses. Content on covers a broad variety of topics, including major depressive disorder treatment; recurrent major depression symptoms; treatment for bipolar dementia; research into ADHD symptoms in toddlers and treatment for ADHD in children; diagnosis of schizotypal personality disorders; and many other subjects related to geriatric psychiatry, integrated psychiatry, interventional psychiatry, family psychiatry, functional psychiatry, and neuropsychiatry.

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