Depression, anxiety and NICE guidance: where GPs stand now

September 2005
Pulse;9/17/2005, Vol. 65 Issue 36, p44
Presents the guidelines of the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) for the management of depression and anxiety in Great Britain. Content of the guidelines; Recommendation of the guidelines to specialist mental health services including inpatient care; Expectation of NICE that the majority of patients with depression and anxiety will be managed in primary care with referral to secondary care.


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