Depression is a serious mental illness which often goes without treatment for a variety of reasons. It is a significant contributor to the global burden of disease and affects people in all communities around the world.
Pharmacists have an essential role in screening, recognizing and managing depression as well as providing an ongoing education to patients and healthcare providers.
This lecture will review current treatment guidelines for treating and managing depression, discuss the safety and efficacy of pharmacologic treatment options, and monitoring strategies. This presentation will highlight the role of pharmacists who practices in ambulatory care and community practice settings that are in the unique positions to optimize patient care for depression.
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Pharmacists and All Allied Health Professionals(Limited to 120 pax, on a first-come-first-served basis)