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Introduction: Postpartum Depression Screening, A Review for Psychiatrists

Video Author: Dr. Erin Smith
Published on: 05.19.2016
Associated with: Harvard Review of Psychiatry. 24(3):173-187, May/June 2016

A video introduction by Dr. Erin Smith, lead author of a review article published in the May/June 2016 issue. Postpartum depression is among the most common complications of pregnancy. Detection of at-risk women via screening and treatment of depression are important areas of collaboration between psychiatrists and our colleagues in obstetrics, pediatrics, and family medicine. In this brief introduction, the article's structure and relevance to psychiatrists is discussed.

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