Treat the mood symptoms and cognitive symptoms would be resolved. Yes or No?

Role of of cognitive symptoms in functional recovery

"Some of our patients do improve in their mood symptoms and yet the cognitive symptoms do not improve over time" Dr Ang, Malaysia

“Yes, there is an element of improving depression would improve cognition; However at the same time, there are individuals that have significant cognitive problem even once depression has gone away; particularly in those high functioning individuals, their cognition takes a longer time to improve even if their depressed mood has resolved, and we call that residual symptoms.” says Prof Amer Siddiq Amer Nordin.

Click on the video to see the full interview with Prof Bernhard Baune, Germany, Assoc. Prof Dr Amer Siddiq Amer Nordin, Malaysia & Dr Michael Ang Jin Kiat, Malaysia.

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