Depression, falls and antidepressants

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Antidepressants are often first-line therapy for patients in residential aged care – but a leading consultant pharmacist says credentialed pharmacists could support other approaches Commonly, people living in residential aged are facilities demonstrate substantial signs of depression, according to a new study which examined whether psychological therapies could be of use in managing the condition.

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