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Screening and Assessing Depression in Primary Care Settings: Clinical and Ethical Considerations

Stanford University via Stanford OpenEdx

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Overview

This CME activity focuses on depression in the primary care setting – the screening, assessment, and referral of depressed patients. Guidance is given for effective referral of depressed patients to psychiatry treatment and interfacing with mental health providers and systems. Learners are engaged by didactic videos with animations, short modules with role-play demonstrations of patients and physicians, case studies and self-assessments.

Syllabus

Introduction
Overview of Depression in Primary Care Settings
Co-morbidity of Depression and Medical Illness
Screening for and Assessing Depression
Depression and Co-morbidity with Anxiety and Substance Abuse
Mental Health Referrals
Course Wrap-up
Resources and References
Help!

Taught by

David Spiegel

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