Psychiatry Grand Rounds-16797-------2/7/2014, Votaw Auditorium
'Late-Life Depression', Norman C. Moore, M.D.
Dr. Moore reports there IS relevant financial interest/arrangement of affiliation with one or more organizations which could be perceived as a real or apparent COI in the context
COI in the context of this presentation. Conflicts are: Avanir & Eli Lilly. This presentation has been peer reviewed and found to be free of commercial bias.
This Continuing Medical Education activity has not received support from any commercial source.
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Know the difference between early-onset and late-onset depression          
Be aware that late-onset depression is often a problem of disorders such as dementia          
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A man aged 65 is depressed for the first time, and is otherwise in good health. What investigations should be done?
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