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New guidelines for depression care emphasize patient-centered approach

Psychiatrists and mental health professionals have a new standard for managing major depression, thanks to refreshed clinical guidelines published today by UBC researchers at the Canadian Network for Mood and Anxiety Treatments (CANMAT). The CANMAT guidelines are the most widely used clinical guidelines for depression in the world. The new version integrates the latest scientific evidence and advances in depression care since the previous…

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Dr. Brian Corneil: Responding when time is of the essence: a subcortical substrate for rapid visually-guided reaching.

May 24

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Zoom option if unable to attend in person: Zoom link here (click on “Join a meeting”) Meeting ID: 91512 289258 Passcode: 289258 Humans operate in a dynamic and uncertain world; sudden changes in an object’s position require rapid changes in motor control. Previous research in humans has shown that on-going visually-guided actions can be altered at latencies that approach minimal afferent and…

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