Psych Matters
Psych Matters
Feb 13, 2021
New Clinical Guidelines for Mood Disorders: Management of Major Depressive Disorder and Treatment Non-Response
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In this episode of Psych Matters, Professor Gin Malhi and his guests  discuss The 2020 Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists clinical practice guidelines for mood disorders. This discussion is the 2nd in the series and focusses on  Management of Major Depressive Disorder and Treatment Non-Response

Speakers:
Professor Gin Malhi – University of Sydney
Doctoral Researcher Erica Bell – University of Sydney
Professor Greg Murray – Swinburne University of Technology
Professor Phil Boyce – University of Sydney
Professor Phil Hazell – University of Sydney
Professor Malcolm Hopwood – University of Melbourne


The 2020 Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists clinical practice guidelines for mood disorders
The  guidelines provide up-to-date guidance regarding the management of mood disorders that is informed by evidence and clinical experience. The guidelines are intended for clinical use by psychiatrists, psychologists, primary care physicians and others with an interest in mental health care. The guidelines were developed by the Mood disorders committee: Gin S Malhi (Chair), Erica Bell, Darryl Bassett, Philip Boyce, Richard Bryant, Philip Hazell, Malcolm Hopwood, Bill Lyndon, Roger Mulder, Richard Porter, Ajeet B Singh and Greg Murray.

Resources:
The 2020 Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists clinical practice guidelines for mood disorders
https://www.ranzcp.org/practice-education/guidelines-and-resources-for-practice/mood-disorders-cpg-and-associated-resources

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