Mood Disorders: Identification and Management

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Mood Disorders: Identification and Management

SPONSORSHIP

LECTURE OUTLINE

DEPRESSION IS COMMON

DEPRESSION IS SIGNIFICANT

DEPRESSION RESOURCES

UNDER-RECOGNITION/ UNDER-TREATMENT

BARRIERS TO RECOGNITION

RISK FACTORS /MOOD DISORDERS

MAJOR TYPES OF MOOD DISORDERS

DSM-IV CRITERIA -MAJOR DEPRESSION

DEPRESSED MOOD

ANHEDONIA

PHYSICAL SYMPTOMS

PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS

DYSTHYMIA

MINOR DEPRESSION

BIPOLAR DISORDER

MIS-DIAGNOSIS BIPOLAR DISORDER

PATIENT ENGAGEMENT

DEPRESSION CARE PROCESS

TREATMENT OF DEPRESSION

PSYCHOTHERAPY/ BEHAVIORAL THERAPY

ANTIDEPRESSANTS

ANTIDEPRESSANTS

TRICYCLIC ANTIDEPRESSANTS

TRICYCLIC ANTIDEPRESSANTS

ADVANTAGES OF SSRIs AND OTHER NEW AGENTS

SUGGESTED MEDICATION ALGORITHM

SEVERITY TOOLS

PHQ-9

Patient Questionnaire - PHQ-9

PARTIAL OR NO RESPONSE

PARTIAL OR NO RESPONSE

PROMOTING ADHERENCE

FOLLOW UP

MANAGING SSRI SIDE EFFECTS

SSRI SIDE EFFECTS

SIDE EFFECTS -OTHER NEW AGENTS

PSYCHIATRIC REFERRAL

OFFICE COUNSELING BY PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIAN

SUMMARY OF MAIN POINTS

MAIN POINTS

Author: Allen Dietrich, MD

Email: Susanna.C.Reed

Home Page: www.depression-primarycare.org

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