Course Description

Over four modules, clinicians of all specialties will become adept in identifying and assessing the biologic abnormalities—nutritional, genetic, metabolic, and environmental factors—that underlie the diagnosis of depression in numerous patients. Employing a model of functional medicine, you will learn the diagnostic tests you should be running on patients, the role key nutrients play in maintaining neurologic health, and biologic treatment protocols that can be easily incorporated into your practice.

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Course curriculum

    1. Overview

    2. CME Information

    1. Module 1 Biomedical Model- Part 1

    2. Module 1 Biomedical Model Part 2

    3. IM Depression Module 1 Slides with Notes

    4. IM Depression Module 1 Bibliography

    1. Module 2 Macronutrients

    2. IM Depression Module 2 Slides with Notes

    3. IM Depression Module 2 Bibliography

    1. Module 3 Micronutrients- Minerals

    2. IM Depression Module 3 Slides Notes

    3. IM Depression Module 3 Bibliography

    1. Module 4 Micronutrients- Vitamins

    2. IM Depression Module 4 Slides with Notes

    3. IM Depression Module 4 Bibliography

    1. Khiroya. 23. Nutritional considerations in major depressive disorder: current evidence and functional testing for clinical practice.

    2. Aly & Engmann. Dietary Factors in Major Depressive Disorder_Frontiers

    3. Greenblatt. To. Integrative Medicine for Depression EXCERPT

    4. Liang.18.Gut-Brain Psychology_Rethinking Psychology From the Microbiota–Gut–Brain Axis

    5. Hibbeln. 14. The potential for military diets to reduce depression, suicide, and impulsive aggression

    6. Li.19. Serum 25-Hydroxyvitamin D Levels and Depression in Older Adults_A Dose-Response Meta-Analysis of Prospective Cohort Studies

    7. Milanlioglu.11.Vitamin_B12_deficiency_and_depression

    8. Wang.18.Zinc, Magnesium, Selenium and Depression_A Review of the Evidence, Potential Mechanisms and Implications

    9. Khosravi M, Sotoudeh G, Amini M, Raisi F, Mansoori A, Hosseinzadeh M. The relationship between dietary patterns and depression mediated by serum levels of Folate and vitamin B12.

    10. Kelaiditis CF, Gibson EL, Dyall SC. Effects of long-chain omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids on reducing anxiety and/or depression in adults; A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials.

    11. Reis DJ, Ilardi SS, Namekata MS, Wing EK, Fowler CH. The depressogenic potential of added dietary sugars.

    12. Srifuengfung M, Srifuengfung S, Pummangura C, Pattanaseri K, Oon-Arom A, Srisurapanont M. Efficacy and acceptability of vitamin D supplements for depressed patients

About this course

  • $340.00
  • 29 lessons
  • 3.5 hours of video content