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Monitoring mood in your patients




In 2014-15 four million (17.5%) Australians reported having a mental health condition.1


Women are more likely to experience certain mental health conditions, with around 1 in 5 women experiencing depression and 1 in 3 women experiencing anxiety during their lifetimes.2,3


A mood diary can be a useful tool for you and your patient to track their emotional state, medications, and key factors that affect their condition. With space to record medication dosage and make notes, our mood diary is a resource your patients can use every day.


Download the mood diary for your patients or contact us at 1800 PFIZER (1800 734 937) to order a printed diary. 




Date of preparation: August 2018. PP-DUA-AUS-0305.


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  1. Australian Bureau of Statistics. National Health Survey: Mental health and co-existing physical health conditions, Australia, 2014-15. Available at: http://www.abs.gov.au/Mental-Health. Accessed August 2018.

  2. Beyondblue. Statistics and references. Available at: https://www.beyondblue.org.au/about-us/research-projects/statistics-and-references. Accessed August 2018.

  3. Slade T et al. (2009) The Mental Health of Australians 2. Report on the 2007 National Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing. Department of Health and Ageing, Canberra.