As a complementary practitioner you may look up to barriers in collecting scientific data from your practice, as research is still dominated by conventional medicine.
But ‘Soccer is not difficult when you do it right’ – as a well-known Dutch football player said - and this is also valid for sharing of scientific knowledge.
How fruitful for your work would it be when you can learn from each other’s experience and know how? For yourself and for complementary medicine.
By finding ways to share each other’s knowledge, your insight deepens in your diagnostic and therapeutic work, through which its quality may grow.
And that is the purpose of this seminar: support your own therapeutic work with data and results, in an accessible way.
Depression is one of the common mental disorders, afflicting an estimated 5% of the adults worldwide. It is characterized by persistent depressed mood, loss of interest or pleasure, recurrent thoughts of death, and physical and cognitive symptoms.
Depression consists of different forms and the current seminar will focus mostly on the major depressive disorder (MDD). It will present an overview on the prevalence, pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, diagnosis and managements of depression. Importantly, the seminar will explore different treatment options of depression.
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