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Screening for Depression in Primary Care with Dr. Bishop and Sara Williams

In this presentation, Louisville Lecture's Director of Digital Media, Dr. Laura Bishop is here to discuss how to screen for depression in primary care with the help of Sara Williams. Dr. Bishop shares screening tools and how to implement them efficiently into your practice while Sara Williams discusses computer-assisted Cognitive Behavior Therapy and the shift for treatment delivery.

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Laura Bishop, M.D.


Dr. Bishop is an Assistant Professor at the University of Louisville in the Departments of Internal Medicine & Pediatrics where she is a Hospitalist and the Associate Program Director for the Med-Peds program. She serves as an academic hospitalist in both the Pediatric and Internal Medicine Departments. She has an interest in medical education and is active in the undergraduate medical school as a facilitator for problem-based learning groups, mentor in the Introduction to Clinical Cases course, and teaches female genitourinary and liver/gastroenterology portions of the Disease & Therapeutics (formerly Pathology) MS-2 course. She has received several teaching awards from residents and students. She is a co-founder of Louisville Lectures where she serves as Director of Digital Media and Website Design. 

Sara M. Williams


Sara Williams is a Senior Research Associate for the Internal Medicine Residency Program at the University of Louisville. 

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