Practice Guideline for the Treatment of Patients with Major Depressive Disorder
American Psychiatric Association, 2000 - Medical - 87 pages
Summarizes the specific forms of somatic, psychotherapeutic, psychosocial, and educational treatments developed to deal with major depressive disorder and its various subtypes. Assists the physician when implementing specific antidepressant treatment.
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FORMULATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A TREATMENT PLAN
SPECIFIC CLINICAL FEATURES INFLUENCING THE TREATMENT PLAN
BACKGROUND INFORMATION AND REVIEW OF AVAILABLE EVIDENCE
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