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CrowdStudying Ourselves: Approaches to Bipolar Disorders, Part 2

CrowdStudying Ourselves: Approaches to Bipolar Disorders, Part 2

Table 1. DIGFAST mnemonic
Table 2. Bipolarity index

In Part 2 of this series, I again ask for your feedback to help provide a window into what practicing psychiatrists actually think and do. When we have a large N, I’ll add a synthesis of the series.

The questions in Part 1 focused on the prevalence of bipolar disorder among patients who present with depression in your practice. Here, I ask about your approach to these patients.

When you assess a patient with depression, which most closely describes your approach? Please answer in the comments box. Please indicate if  you are a non-clinician.

 

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