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FORMAT:
Journal Supplement to The Journal of Family Practice

RELEASE DATE:
September 4, 2015

EXPIRATION DATE:
September 3, 2016

THERAPEUTIC AREA:
Depression, Primary Care

TARGET AUDIENCE:
Family physicians and other health care providers who treat patients with major depressive disorder (MDD).

ACTIVITY LENGTH:
15 minutes

Major Depressive Disorder in the Primary Care Setting: Strategies to Achieve Remission and Recovery.

OVERVIEW

Family physicians (FPs) are on the frontline for depression care, often being the first line of defense for diagnosis and management. This 1.25 hour, CME-certified activity will provide clinicians with a comprehensive review on the following: 

  • Clinical factors in the primary care setting that influence treatment outcomes in MDD 
  • Identification and management of residual symptoms  
  • Tools for effective monitoring of treatment outcomes 
  • Nonpharmacologic and pharmacologic therapies to treat patients to goal: remission and recovery 
  • Strategies to promote patient-focused, recovery-oriented care

FACULTY

Bradley N. Gaynes, MD, MPH
Professor and Associate Chair of Research Training and Education  
Department of Psychiatry  
University of North Carolina School of Medicine  
Chapel Hill, North Carolina  

W. Clay Jackson, MD, DipTh 
Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and Psychiatry  
University of Tennessee College of Medicine  
Memphis, Tennessee 


Supported by an educational grant from Takeda Pharmaceuticals International, Inc, US Region and Lundbeck. 

This educational activity is jointly provided by the North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians (NCAFP) and Spire Learning. 

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