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For patients with major depressive disorder (MDD), achieving remission is the penultimate therapeutic goal. Yet as many as two-thirds of patients do not achieve remission after initial treatment with a first-line antidepressant.(1) This neuroscienceCME Chart Review activity addresses clinician-based gaps that may contribute to underachievement of sustained remission in patients with MDD. Specifically, an index patient case will be used as the content foundation upon which expert faculty will ...
 
For patients with major depressive disorder (MDD), durable remission—both in terms of symptom control and functional ability—is the penultimate therapeutic goal.(1) Striving for attainment of this goal is paramount. It means that clinicians must be outfitted with tools and strategies and must know how to use them in a manner that balances optimal efficacy with safety and tolerability.
 
For patients with major depressive disorder (MDD), achieving remission is the penultimate therapeutic goal. Still, many patients treated with the standard initial treatment do not achieve a full and durable response. Rather, they are at high risk for residual and recurrent symptoms, treatment-resistance, and relapse.(1) This neuroscienceCME Chart Review activity addresses clinician-based gaps that may contribute to suboptimal rates of long-term, sustained remission among patients with MDD. S ...
 
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Adulting while dealing with mental health obstacles can be a bit ~difficult~. Luckily, Nicole and Jill totally 100% have it all completely definitely figured out. Join us for honest conversations about living with mental illness while trying to function as a capable human.Content Warning: This podcast discusses a variety of mental health issues which may be triggering to some people. See episode descriptions for information about content. Please reach out if you need any support.
 
Welcome to the Nutrition to Remission podcast, where amazing things happen.
 
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Throughout this episode we will discuss common misconceptions about cancer. The reality is that your body can heal itself. A cancer diagnosis may seem out of your control, but despite what society may be telling you, you can control your own fate.
 
Partial Remission welcomes its first guest, Meta! Listen to us chat about the stigma that surrounds mental illness.Content Warning: this episode talks about eating disorders, depression, suicide, and anxiety.
 
Nicole and Jill tried running away from their problems. Spoiler alert: didn't work.Content warning: self harm, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, compulsive exerciseMusic by Bensound
 
What do basement bathrooms, professor's offices and cornfields have in common? We've cried there.Content warning: anxiety, depression, panic attacksMusic by Bensound
 
Nicole and Jill explore the strange wonderland that is happiness with a mental illness, and tips on how to become a pondering housewife watching her children play jubilantly in the face of her overwhelming melancholy.Content Warning: depression, anxiety, eating disordersMusic from Bensound
 
Welcome to Partial Remission! Nicole and Jill are so excited to be having conversations about our experiences with mental wellness. For Partial Remission's first podcast, Nicole and Jill discuss how to "be okay while not being okay," and responding to the loaded question, "how are you?"Trigger Warning: This episode discusses anxiety and depress ...…
 
Through achievement of the specified, gaps-based learning objectives, clinician learners will manage major depression using evidence-based strategies that are most likely to result in durable remission.
 
This neuroscienceCME Chart Review activity addresses clinician-based gaps that may contribute to underachievement of sustained remission in patients with MDD
 
This neuroscienceCME Live and On Demand activity addresses clinician-based gaps related to underachievement of sustained remission in patients with MDD.
 
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