Detecting and Treating Depression in Primary Care
Mental health issues have long been considered a taboo, reflecting an individual’s weakness. Too often, depression has been addressed as something you should just “snap out off” or “it’s all in your mind”. Yes, depression is all in our mind and that makes it difficult to accept. It is just another medical condition but affecting our brain and mind.
Depression in primary care is often missed as the clinical presentation may not be just as simple as feeling sad.
More so during these difficult times, depression has become even more rampant and is clinically presenting in different ways.
This webinar is aimed at helping us in detecting and treating depression early and preventing some of the unfortunate consequences.