Major depression is a common and treatable mental health disorder. Providers play a vital role in the identification and treatment of this common and disabling mental health condition. However, 50% of all primary care patients with major depressive disorder (MDD) remain undiagnosed. Of patients who have been diagnosed, only one-third receive appropriate treatment. Don’t let your patients be part of these statistics; begin Module 1 by clicking the link below and help your patients take control of their depression.