Sponsor: AETC AIDS Education & Training Center Program
Part 1: Addressing Depression in People with HIV
Join Dr. Cournos for the start of our series on providing mental health care to people with HIV in primary care settings. Learn about the importance of addressing depression in this population and how to do so effectively using evidence-based approaches to diagnosing and treating depressive illnesses. We’ll also discuss how to differentiate major depression from bipolar disorders and how their treatments differ. Finally, we’ll look into the latest evidence on how treating depression impacts both mental health and HIV outcomes.
Francine Cournos, MD
Director, NY/NJ AIDS Educational and Training Center
Professor, Clinical Psychiatry, Columbia University
Co-Principal Investigator, Northeast/Caribbean AETC
- Describe the approach to the differential diagnosis and management of depressive illnesses among people with HIV.
- Differentiate the diagnosis and treatment of major depression from the diagnosis and treatment of bipolar depression.
- Cite the current evidence for the impact of depression treatment on both mental health outcomes and HIV outcomes among people with HIV.
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- May 12, 2022
- 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm