Defining what ‘first-line antidepressant’ means to physicians

“First line antidepressant is a combination of what is recommended in the guideline and what suits my patient (needs & preferences based on the treatment goal)...” Dr Belle Erika Nubla-Gestuvo, Philippines. In this interview, physicians from around the globe come together to share what ‘first-line antidepressant’ means to them.

Click on the video to see the full interview with Prof Pratap Chokka, Canada; Dr Belle Erika Nubla-Gestuvo, Philippines; Assoc Prof Ung Eng Khean, Singapore; Prof Vladimir Maletic, USA; Dr Leonardi AG, Indonesia; Assoc Prof Ng Chong Guan, Malaysia & Dr Dr Margarita Maramis, Indonesia on what ‘first-line antidepressant’ means to them.


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