GP frustration over depression therapies

Hairon, Nerys
September 2005
Pulse;9/10/2005, Vol. 65 Issue 35, p22
Reports on the consensus of General Practitioners (GP) against the failure of the NICE guidance to provide access to psychological therapies first-line for mild and moderate depression in Great Britain. Failure to deliver counseling and other psychological therapies; Factors attributed to the delay of its access for GPs; Offers of recommendation for increasing the options of patients suffering depression.


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