Strategies for Managing Diabetes and Co-Morbid Depression in Primary Care

PLEASE NOTE: You must be REGISTERED to view this On-Demand Learning Session During this 60 minute introductory presentation, Dr. Holly Robertson and Dr. Suzanne Bailey from Cherokee Health Systems discuss strategies for enhancing self-management of diabetes in primary care and provide a pathophysiology of diabetes overview, including risk factors. They will discuss ways that depression can: exacerbate symptoms, complicate diagnosis and treatment, increase mortality and morbidity, and impact the course of illness. Specific attention is given to the role of behavioral health in diabetes management and strategies for addressing [...]

Patient Insight: Depression and Diabetes

PLEASE NOTE: You must be REGISTERED to view this On-Demand Learning Session It's not uncommon for a person with diabetes to be depressed and addressing one can lead to improvements for both illnesses. During this Webinar, Cherokee Health Systems' Dr. Holly Robertson and Behavioral Health Consultant Eboni Winford, PhD, share their insight for patients about understanding depression, how it affects diabetes and where to get assistance.

Understanding Depression, Uremia and Care Transition

Patients with a chronic disease can develop depression and/or uremia which present with similar symptoms. However, if you are an End Stage Renal Disease patient, the consequences for both can be serious. Discover how clinicians from all settings can help transition patients from one care pattern to another by easily identifying behavioral health issues that may present as other conditions. Listen to a joint atom Alliance and End State Renal Networks (ESRD) Networks 10 and 12 discussion about depression versus uremia and care transition as it applies to patients newly [...]