Translation and Implementation of the Clinical Guidelines for Mood Disorders
In this episode of Psych Matters, authors of the 2020 Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists’ clinical practice guidelines for mood disorders, address some key aspects of translating and implementing the guidelines into clinical practice. These key areas were selected based on feedback received since the publication of the guidelines in January 2021, and include both practical aspects of clinical management, and novel treatments on the horizon.
Professor Gin Malhi – University of Sydney
Doctoral Researcher Erica Bell – University of Sydney
Associate Professor Darryl Bassett – University of Western Australia
Professor Phil Boyce – University of Sydney
Professor Roger Mulder – University of Otago, Christchurch
Professor Malcolm Hopwood – University of Melbourne
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- The positioning of rTMS
- Profiling rTMS: A critical response
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