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  Important to have a structured plan   Combine medical with psychosocial STEP 4: Severe and complex depression; risk to life; severe self-neglect
Medication, high-intensity psychological interventions, electroconvulsive therapy, crisis service, combined treatments, multiprofessional and Medication, high-intensity psychological interventions, combined treatments, collaborative care and referral for further assessment and STEP 3: Persistent subthreshold depressive symptoms or mild to moderate
depression with inadequate response to initial interventions; moderate and Low-intensity psychosocial interventions, psychological interventions, medication and referral for further assessment and interventions STEP 2: Persistent subthreshold depressive symptoms; mild to moderate
Assessment, support, psychoeducation, active monitoring and referral for STEP 1: All known and suspected presentations of depression
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