Depression: The Hidden Co-Morbidity. Neil Korsen, MD, MS MaineHealth January 18, 2007. Overview. Depression and chronic medical illnesses Chronic medical illness and serious persistent mental illness (SPMI) Using the PHQ-9 for screening and management of depression. Pop Quiz – Question #1.
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Neil Korsen, MD, MS
January 18, 2007
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Guideline for Using the PHQ-9 for Initial Management Serious Mental Illness?