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Drugs & Mental Health: Long-term antidepressants
Free online workshop
Tues 4th Oct
1.30pm - 3.30pm

In this free, online workshop we will talk about the pros and cons of taking antidepressants longterm for people who have had depression; the problems they may face in coming off long-term treatment (including relapse and withdrawal symptoms); and what help could be provided by primary care, pharmacy, and psychological therapy services.

Workshop facilitated by:

Tony Kendrick (GP and Professor of Primary Care, University of Southampton)

Gemma Lewis (Psychiatric Epidemiologist, University College London)

Carolyn Chew-Graham (GP and Professor of General Practice Research, Keele University)

Ian Maidment (Pharmacist and Reader, Aston University)

Book your free place:

To book your free place follow this link Register or contact:

This workshop has been designed for clinicians, researchers, and people with lived experience of a range of mental health problems.