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by Dr Deshwinder Singh
Sidhu and Dr
Published: October 2020
This module looks at the role of vitamin D in mental
health. Vitamin D deficiency is a global phenomenon and has
been associated with a wide range of physical and mental disorders.
People with mental disorders, especially those with psychotic
disorders, are an at-risk population for this deficiency.
In this module we will:
If you like this module, you may also be interested in:
Depression in children and adolescents: Part
1 and Part 2 by Dr Raphael
treatment of resistant depression: an overview by
Professor Phillip Cowen
Complementary and alternative medicine in
psychiatry by Dr Ursula Werneke
Download take-home notes to print and
Lally J, Gaughran F (2019) Vitamin D in schizophrenia and
depression: a clinical review. BJPsych Advances,
25: 240–248. [PDF]