Recognition & Treatment Of Mood Disorders In Primary Care: Highlighting Integrated Care Between The Pharmacist & Physician

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The primary care setting is often the default for treatment of mood disorders, but primary care physicians can become overwhelmed providing the comprehensive medical and mental health care needed by complex patients. The expertise clinical pharmacists have working in a variety of medical settings makes them well poised to collaborate with physicians to deliver the…

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