Clinical validity of a population database definition of remission in patients with major depression
- Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness of Antidepressants in Primary Care: A Multiple Treatment Comparison Meta-Analysis and Cost-Effectiveness Model. Ramsberg, Joakim; Asseburg, Christian; Henriksson, Martin; Feenstra, Talitha L. // PLoS ONE;Aug2012, Vol. 7 Issue 8, Special section p1
Objective: To determine effectiveness and cost-effectiveness over a one- year time horizon of pharmacological first line treatment in primary care for patients with moderate to severe depression. Design: A multiple treatment comparison meta-analysis was employed to determine the relative...
- Improving depression outcomes in community primary care practice: a randomized trial of the quEST intervention. Quality Enhancement by Strategic Teaming. Rost, Kathryn; Nutting, Paul; Smith, Jeffrey; Werner, James; Naihua Duan; Rost, K; Nutting, P; Smith, J; Werner, J; Duan, N // JGIM: Journal of General Internal Medicine;Mar2001, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p143
Objective:To determine whether redefining primary care team roles would improve outcomes for patients beginning a new treatment episode for major depression. Design:Following stratification, 6 of 12 practices were randomly assigned to the intervention condition....
- Depression in primary care: It's prevalent, it's mild, and most is undetected. // Modern Medicine;Sep94, Vol. 62 Issue 9, p48
Presents an abstract of the article entitled `Prevalence, nature, and comorbidity of depressive disorders in primary care,' written by J.C. Coyne, S. Fechner-Bates and T.L. Schwenk which was published in the July 1994 issue of `General Hospital Psychiatry.'
- Combining Patient-Provided and EHR Data Can Improve Depression Care. // American Family Physician;11/1/2012, Vol. 86 Issue 9, p804
This article discusses a study published in the "Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine" which revealed that gathering data in the primary care clinical setting may help family physicians improve the care they provide for patients with depression.
- Comparison between self-assessments with MADRS-S and BDI-II instruments in patients with depression in Primary Care. Wikberg, Carl C.; Björkelund, Cecilia; Petersson, Eva-Lisa; Nejati, Shabnam; Ariai, Nashmil; Larsson, Maria E. H. // International Journal of Integrated Care (IJIC);Nov2013 Supplement, Vol. 13, p1
Purpose: The aim was to study the correspondence between MADRS-S and BDI-II self-assessment tools regarding outcome, among patients with depression within primary care. Theory: Symptoms of depression are common in primary care. A variety of self-assessment instruments are used in primary care in...
- Managing depression in primary care: it's not only what you do it's the way that you do it. Boardman, Jed; Walters, Paul // British Journal of General Practice;Feb2009, Vol. 59 Issue 559, p76
The article introduces a series of articles on the management of depression in primary care in Great Britain.
- Case-finding instruments may help identify depression in primary care. Williams, J.; Pignone, M.; Ramirez, G.; Stellato, C. // Evidence Based Mental Health;May2003, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p63
Examines the effectiveness of case-finding instruments in identifying depression in primary care. Design of the study; Data sources; Study selection; Data extraction; Evidence that there are few differences in sensitivity and specificity between instruments.
- How PCO waiting times compare. // Pulse;3/9/2006, Vol. 66 Issue 10, p15
A chart is presented which compares primary care organization waiting times for depression assessment and treatment in Great Britain.
- Quality in Primary Care: official journal of the European Forum for Primary Care. Aarendonk, Diederik; de Maeseneer, Jan // Quality in Primary Care;2008, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p145
The article discusses papers on primary care within this issue, including one on the prevention and management of depression in primary care in Europe and another on the role of primary care in the treatment of diabetes in Europe.