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Depression and demoralisation in primary care; matching taxonomy with evidence-based treatment

Professor David Clarke

To bring together principles of management from evidence based guidelines with taxonomy of depression developed in a general practice setting.

The taxonomy was developed after a series of studies including an observational study of GPs and their patients discussing depression.  The main national and international guidelines for the treatment of depression were examined and recommendations matched with taxonomy.

Recorded at: The Annual Australian College of Psychological Medicine conference

Ballarat, Australia;  5-7 June 2009

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Professor David Clarke

Professor Clarke is the Head of Consultation-Liaison and Primary Care Psychiatry at Southern Health.  His particular interest and expertise is in the area of depression, depression in the presence of physical illness, and psychological factors contributing to physical illness (or psychosomatics).  His original research has been to define more clearly the nature of depressive subtypes seen in people with physical illness and in those presenting in primary care settings.  As well as his role at Southern Health, and as Professor within the Discipline of Psychological Medicine at Monash University, Professor Clarke is Research Advisor to beyondblue: the national depression initiative.

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