Do general practitioners and psychiatrists agree about defining cure from depression? The DEsCRIBEâ„¢ survey
- Depression needs major overhaul. Rillstone, Gerald // New Zealand Doctor;8/10/2005, p13
Provides information on a clinical study regarding depression. Ratio of the population in New Zealand visiting their general practitioners which requires clinical intervention for depression; Reason depression is becoming a common disease; Prescribed treatment for people with mild to moderate...
- Dr. Rafael Juan de Meraulyock, el merolico original. Murillo-Godínez, Guillermo // Medicina Interna de Mexico;sep/oct2010, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p498
No abstract available.
- Whither the spirit of enquiry? House, William // Journal of Holistic Healthcare;Autumn2014, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p51
The article offers the author's view on the lack of interest of the general practitioners (GPs) in Great Britain to attend a meeting on independent practice research. The author states that GPs avoid the meeting in fear of Orwellian thought police within themselves pointing a finger at their own...
- Die Krankheit Depression kann jeden treffen. Hättenschwiler, Josef; Seifritz, Erich; Holsboer-Trachsler, Edith; Hemmeter, Ulrich; Keck, Martin; Preisig, Martin; Rennhard, Stefan; Walitza, Susanne; Modestin, Jiri // Praxis (16618157);4/24/2013, Vol. 102 Issue 9, p515
The survey "Datenerhebung zur Depression in der AllgemeinbevÃ¶lkerung" was conducted from fall 2010 to spring 2011 on several online platforms. The results show that there is a considerable timespan between the appearance of initial symptoms of depression and the first diagnosis of a patient....
- Country differences in treatment guidelines for MDD. // PharmacoEconomics & Outcomes News;5/15/2010, Issue 603, p9
This section highlights articles published in the "Journal of Clinical Psychiatry," which discuss guidelines for major depressive disorder (MDD) treatment in several countries. One compared American and European treatment guidelines while another offered information on the three types of...
- Take on challenges to reduce burn-out. Torjesen, Ingrid // GP: General Practitioner;4/15/2005, p22
The article reports that general practitioners should diversify and take on challenges for their own mental health, as well as the benefit of the profession. In a session entitled "In the Psychiatrist's Chair," professor David Haslam drew on his own experience of depression to emphasize the...
- #DISCIPLINARY DISPATCHES. // New Zealand Doctor;11/20/2013, p14
The article offers news briefs related to general practitioners (GPs) in New Zealand including the suspension of GP registrar Ravi Tamma, depressed doctor's suspension following a six-day affair with a former patient and professional misconduct by a doctor.
- Hit-and-run suspect is demanding a sicknote. // Pulse;11/25/2002, Vol. 62 Issue 45, p26
Presents views of general practitioners on a patient with depression. Provision of counselling by physician Lucy Free; Medical consultations offered by physician Liz Bowen; Need to conduct psychiatric examination.
- Recognition and management of depression in general practice: consensus statement. Paykel, E.S.; Priest, R.G. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);11/14/92, Vol. 305 Issue 6863, p1198
Focuses on the recognition and intervention of mental depression in general practice in Great Britain. Definition and etiology of depression; Prevalence of depression; Factors towards accurate recognition of depression.