Competing priorities in treatment decision-making: a US national survey of individuals with depression and clinicians who treat depression

Barr, Paul J.; Forcino, Rachel C.; Mishra, Manish; Blitzer, Rachel; Elwyn, Glyn
January 2016
BMJ Open;2016, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p1
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