Short Communication
Volume 9 Issue 4 - 2020
Risk Factors for Depression in General Medical Practice
Sukiasyan SG1,2,4* and Tadevosyan M Ya1,2,3
1Department of Mental Health Rehabilitation “Stress” at “ARTMED” Medical Rehabilitation Center, Yerevan, Armenia
2Psychiatry and Mental Health Department at Armenian Medical Institute, Yerevan, Armenia
3Yerevan State Medical University, Yerevan, Armenia
4Armenian State Pedagogical University After Kh. Abovyan, Armenia
*Corresponding Author: Sukiasyan SG, Department of Mental Health Rehabilitation “Stress” at “ARTMED” Medical Rehabilitation Center, Yerevan, Armenia.
Received: January 30, 2020; Published: March 30, 2020




It can be stated that in the early 21st century psychiatry has moved beyond psychiatric institutions and has been introduced in health care organizations hospitals, various medical centers, university hospitals. This trend of the development of psychiatry is the result of pathomorphism of both somatic and mental disorders, the development of diagnostic and therapeutic means of medical science, modern human “stressful” being, environmental changes, etc. In this regard, the mental health of the entire population formally considered as healthy, has attracted much attention [3,5,7-9,12,15,36].

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Citation: Sukiasyan SG and Tadevosyan M Ya. “Risk Factors for Depression in General Medical Practice”. EC Psychology and Psychiatry 9.4 (2020): 55-62.

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